Although Chile and Peru claim the pisco sour to be their national drink, the cocktail was actually invited by American bartender Victor Morris in the early 1920s.  Don't let the sour part turn you off.  The drink also has egg white and sweet-tasting fruit. 


  • 2 Ounce pisco
  • 1 Ounce mango juice
  • 1 Ounce sweet and sour
  • 1 Egg white
  • Lime zest


Step 1:

Combine pisco, mango juice, sweet and sour and egg white. Shake for at least 20 seconds, then add ice and shake to chill. Strain and top with lime zest.