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  • The blog WEBM [es] writes that the suffering continues in Pisco two years later:

    Global Voices in English » Peru: Lack of Reconstruction Two Years After Earthquake

  • Pisco is our national liquor, a source of pride for us Peruvians.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Pisco is the base of our most famous drink, Pisco Sour.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Among the most popular saloons lining mile-long C Street were the Sazerac, the Sawdust Corner, and the Bucket of Blood, all serving something called Pisco Punch and the local staple, Forty-rod, a particularly raw and fiery brand of house whiskey so named because that was the approximate distance a tenderfoot could walk before collapsing in a heap.


  • And we just landed at the airport in Pisco, which is one of the cities that were most severely hit.

    CNN Transcript Aug 16, 2007

  • The Pisco is a liquor obtained from the distillation of grapes 'juices, according to traditional regional practices.

    Living in Peru : News

  • Describing the incident, friend Alejandra Zurita said, ‘A band was playing and the Raleigh volunteers, including William, had been drinking a local spirit called Pisco.


  • The town was sneakily renamed Pisco Elqui only about 50 years ago to stake a claim on the name 'Pisco' to prevent other manufacturers from calling their wares 'Pisco'. TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at

  • Once the story of "Pisco", the alpaca that surfs San Bartolo waves along with his owner Domingo Pianezzi became know,

    Living in Peru : News

  • There are a dozen specialty cocktails all $13, and I stuck to a Pisco Sour while Patty Eisenberg tried the A Oaxacan The Clouds, made with Mezcal and roasted farm tomatoes.

    Jay Weston: Chef John Sedlar's Innovative Latin Food at Playa


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