Our Special Pisco Sour Recipe From Dawn on the Amazon

by Captain Bill

Our Special Pisco Sour Recipe From Dawn on the Amazon

I enjoy a pisco sour in the golden light of late afternoon on the river.

I enjoy a Pisco Sour in the late afternoon golden light on the upper Amazon River in Peru.

Pisco is grape brandy first distilled in Ica Peru, in the town of Pisco in the late 1500′s. Pisco is the national drink of Peru. The first Pisco Sour may have been invented in the late 1800′s

Try the Dawn on the Amazon Pisco Sour recipe. Makes enough for six or seven.

Ingredients;

7 ounces of Pisco

3 ounces of fresh squeezed lime juice

zest of one lime, (outer skin shredded very fine after washing and rinsing in pure water)

5 Tablespoons. sugar

15 ice cubes

6 egg whites, 5 egg whites whipped, and one in the blender

cinnamon

Technique;

First whip 5 egg whites until they peak like snow, then add two tablespoons sugar and mix very good until sugar disappears in egg white.

Then put in blender pisco, lime, zest of lime, ice, three tablespoons sugar. Blend well.

Over medium blend, drizzle in the one egg white, until well mixed.

Put a spoonful of sweetened whipped egg white in each glass.

Poor the pisco, lime, ice mixture over the snowy looking egg white.

sprinkle a dash of cinnamon on top of the egg white.

Garnish with a slice of lime.

Enjoy!

Our Special Pisco Sour Recipe From Dawn on the Amazon

Bill Grimes, Dawn on the Amazon

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