Imagine having a drink that will take you to a far away land. Sound insane? Well, you obviously haven’t tried the new Chilean Pisco known as KAPPA that has recently launched on the East Coast.
Similar to cognac, this Chilean Pisco is a spirit made from the double distillation of wine. However, unlike Cognac which must be aged in oak, Chilean Pisco can be either aged or un-aged in oak.
KAPPA is the un-aged variety that results in a delicious white spirit with excellent mixability. The grapes for KAPPA Pisco come from the Elqui Valley, which boasts 300 days of sunshine a year, fresh water from the Andes Mountains and clear, pristine skies free of pollution.
You can enjoy a taste of KAPPA on the rocks with lime or an orange slice but we prefer mixing into a flavorful cocktail like the KAPPA Blue Star made with lemon juice, simple syrup, an egg white and blueberries.
For recipes or more information, visit www.kappapisco.com.