Macchu Pisco

Macchu Pisco

70cl | 40% ABV | Peru

A premium Andean pisco made from the traditional Quebranta grape variety - Macchu Pisco is a must have for those who like to make a Pisco Sour, or just want something bright and zesty to mix with!

Characterized by herbal, grassy and earthy notes - with pear-like fruit on the nose and peppery flavours to finish. There's a lingering sensation of slightly tannic, dried fruit. We highly recommend it.

Key Flavours

Fresh Fruit

About this product

Macchu Pisco is distilled in copper pot stills according to the traditional method, with only the heart of the distillate is used. They use an average of 6kg of Quebranta grape to make one litre of their tasty Pisco!

Macchu Pisco was founded in 2006 by Harvard Business graduate Melanie Asher and her sister Lizzie. Pisco runs in the blood for both as their grandmother and mother used to sell Pisco in their Local Bodega in Lima.

This brand comes from the Ica Valley of Peru (considered a heartland of Pisco by some), with the single variety nature of the grape and vineyard showcasing the region's provenance.

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