- 1 Bottle of Demonio de los Andes
- 1 Bottle of Foamee
This kit enables you to do 20glasses !
Documentation is very difficult to track down the origin of the Pisco sour, however various cookbooks prove that it has been enjoyed in Lima for over 100 years.
In 1903, a Peruvian cookbook featured a cocktail with the eact ingredients of Pisco Sour - except the Angostura Bitters.
Years later, the first printed recipe for a Whiskey Sour appeared by 1887 in Jerry Thomas’ “A Bartenders Guide,” making it likely that Victor Morris was familiar with these cocktails from the Sour family.
Pisco historians reckon that Victor Morris also came across recipes from the 1903 Peruvian cookbook, and using his knowledge of other Sour cocktails, experimented with measures until he came up with a version close to the one we make today. All that remained was adding bitters, ice, and a name to tie it to the Sour family.
* Lime garnish and Lime juice not included