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This South American cocktail has made its way to the US. It's made with the South American liquor pisco—a brandy made by distilling grape wine—citrus, a sweetener and an egg white. While its origins are a little muddled, whether by way of Peru or Chile, the cocktail makes for a refreshing drink with a bit of body from the egg white. While the egg white may scare you at home, no need to fret, just make sure you give it a good shake.
Pisco sour recipe:
1 egg white
.75 oz fresh lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
2 oz pisco
Combine ingredients and shake vigorously
Shake with three large cubes of ice
Strain into coupe
Garnish with Angostura bitters or Amargo Chuncho
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