If you've ever been to Chile, or neighboring countries (especially Peru) you've certainly has pisco; likely in a Pisco Sour.
Pisco is a grape spirit made mostly from Muscat grapes--so it tends to have a delicate floral and fruity nose. A Pisco Sour is made with lime, pisco, simple syrup and has a frothy top from egg white.
The Capel Sour is a premixed version (without egg white, which is fine) and is ready to serve over ice straight from the fridge. It has a lime and floral character and is tangy and quaffable; this 'light' version is not too sweet and only 12% alc, which is great.
Spicy Food, Patio Sippers, Girl's Night, Aperitifs, Cocktails, Desserts
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Wine Diva reviewed - 2020-04-22 14:48:38.0