From our organizers:
Every year, at the beginning of February, Peru celebrates its most famous cocktail: the Pisco Sour. The drink is so important and popular that the holiday is nationally recognized!
The oldest distilled spirit in the Americas, pisco is produced from eight different grapes, four aromatic and four non-aromatic, then aged in clear vessels so that no other flavor interferes.
Discover centuries of Peruvian history and traditions by tasting the most celebrated pisco cocktail, learn the difference between Pisco Puro, Acholado, and Mosto Verde, and taste Peruvian specialties, such as quinoa, ceviche, and causa.
Doors open at 6:00 pm. Last call at 8:00 pm. Tickets include admission to Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant, 2 drinks provided by 1615 Quebranta, Pisco Caravedo, and Pisco 100, bites from Pollo D’Oro, and a raffle ticket toward Peruvian items obtained by The Trade Commission of Peru. We cannot accommodate dietary restrictions or allergies.