Chile’s national liquor, Pisco Sour, is found in almost every drinking establishment throughout the country. The tipple is usually made from a distilled fermented grape juice which constitutes the Pisco, followed by mixing the syrup with fresh lime juice and egg whites, which is then shaken in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. The drink is then poured into a glass and garnished with drops of Angostura bitters or Amargo Chunco. The result is a rich, creamy and equally flavorsome drink with a fruity concoction that leaves you wanting more. An ideal sundowner, Pisco Sour is also equally famous in Peru land, and there are times when strong discussions happen as to whose drink tastes better. Learn this unique art of crafting a perfect Pisco Sour while in Chile at the hands of a seasoned bartender.