MACCHU PISCO WAS FOUNDED IN 2006 BY MELANIE ASHER and her sister lizzie. together the two have crafted an entirely new experience for discerning drinkers when they introduced this sublime spirit of peru to the united states, europe and beyond.

while the sisters certainly cast a reverent eye toward tradition, macchu pisco is singular in its modern purity and complexity and has been regarded as nothing less than revelatory by mixologists and the press and can be found at the finest RESTAURANTS AND RETAILERS AROUND THE WORLD.

MacchuPisco

Macchu Pisco is our premium line made 100% from the Quebranta grape. It is produced all naturally so we innately claim “All the Highs without the Lows.” Characterized by herbal, grassy and earthy notes, it rests for 1 year before being bottled at estate. rated 94 points at the ultimate spirits challenge.

LaDiablada

La Diablada is our super-premium Pisco representing the “acholado” style. It is a handcrafted blend from the finest selection of Quebranta, Moscatel, Italia and Torontel grapes. La Diablada is named after an Andean spiritual dance reenacting a legendary fight between angels and demons.

NustaPisco

Ñusta is our prized luxuy Pisco, the result of an extraordinary 30 pounds of the finest Italia grapes hand-selected. This mosto verde Pisco’s delectable taste and aromas reminiscent of orange blossoms and fresh lemongrass are captured in hand-crafted ceramic bottle designed to allude to huacos, the elegant casks of Incan royalty.

“Once you’ve tasted
this pisco,you’ll know that
good triumphs over evil”

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gq magazine

MacchuPiscoSour

Peru’s signature drink, the famous Pisco Sour has a taste quite unlike any other. It’s a curious mix of sharp tang and sweet, and its texture changes from cloudlike foam to icy cold in the time it takes for the liquid to break through its wall of raw egg white. It’s as Peruvian as llamas, Machu Picchu, and ceviche - and it’s delicious!

1 egg white
2 1/2 ounces macchu pisco
1/2 ounce simple syrup
3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
Bitters
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In cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine egg white, Pisco, simple syrup, and lemon juice. Cover, shake vigorously for 15 seconds, and strain into six-ounce cocktail glass. Top with a few drops of bitters.

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do you want to get macchu high? come take the ride with us as we set out to spread the word across the world - that macchu pisco is here to stay. we always have news to share and share we will, so come join our tribe and let’s take this journey together!

MuchoMacchu!

can’t find us locally? that’s a shame and something we’re already on a mission to resolve. macchu pisco is currently available for purchase online, where permitted, by drinkupny.com. so, dare to drink different and come experience the macchu high!

macchu pisco | ESTD 2006

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There are several theories about where the name Pisco comes from, but its origins are undeniably Peruvian. Some historians say it got its name by the port from which it was shipped. Pisco means bird in Quenchua, the language of the Incas. Old settlers stored alcoholic drinks in containers called Piskos, which were later also used by Spaniards. Over time, the spirit adopted the name of the container.

MacchuPisco

MACCHU PISCO IS OUR PREMIUM LINE MADE 100% FROM THE QUEBRANTA GRAPE. IT IS PRODUCED ALL NATURALLY SO WE INNATELY CLAIM “ALL THE HIGHS WITHOUT THE LOWS.” CHARACTERIZED BY HERBAL, GRASSY AND EARTHY NOTES, IT RESTS FOR 1 YEAR BEFORE BEING BOTTLED AT ESTATE. RATED 94 POINTS AT THE ULTIMATE SPIRITS CHALLENGE | MORE

laDiablada

La Diablada is our super-premium Pisco representing the “acholado” style. It is a blend from a first-class selection of Quebranta, Moscatel, Italia and Torontel grapes. La Diablada is named after an Andean spiritual dance reenacting a legendary fight between angels and demons. | MORE

NustaPisco

Ñusta is our prized luxuy Pisco, the result of an extraordinary 30 pounds of the finest Italia grapes hand-selected. This mosto verde Pisco’s delectable taste and aromas reminiscent of orange blossoms and lemongrass are captured in hand-crafted ceramic bottles designed to allude to huacos, the elegant casks of Incan royalty. | MORE


Macchu Pisco has quickly ascended to become a must-have on cocktail menus across the globe - whether in classics or modern inventions or molecular mixology. Acclaimed restaurateurs like Nobu Matsuhisa, Jose Andres, Daniel Humm and Eric Ripert have embraced Macchu Pisco and La Diablada. Daniel Boulud, no less, even included La Diablada in “His and Her” cocktail book. We’re proud to keep such esteemed company.

“Once you’ve tasted
this pisco,you’ll know that
good triumphs over evil”

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gq magazine

PiscoGirls

JUST WANNA HAVE FUN

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girl power! if you’ve got what it takes to be a pisco girl - a free spirit, adventurous streak and mischievous side, then we want you in the macchu squad. instagram your best pisco girl photo with the hashtag #nollamadrama for a chance to win some sweet macchu pisco swag!

#nollamadrama

do you want to get macchu high? come take the ride with us as we set out to spread the word across the world - that macchu pisco is is here to stay. we always have news to share and share we will, so come join our tribe and let’s take this journey together!

PiscoParties

CAN’T stop, WON’t stop

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AIN’T NO PARTY LIKE A PISCO PARTY, AND A PISCO PARTY DON’T STOP. WHEREVER YOU FIND YOURSELF IN THE WORLD, MAKE TIME TO CELEBRATE THE GOOD LIFE WITH MACCHU PISCO. WE’RE CONSTANTLY ROAMING THE GLOBE IN SEARCH OF ADVENTURE AND DISPENSING THE ANDEAN HIGH WHEREVER WE CAN. PLEASE SEE OUR CALENDAR AND COME JOIN THE FUN.

MuchoMacchu!

the andean high, delivered

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can’t find us locally? that’s a shame and something we’re already on a mission to resolve. macchu pisco is currently available for purchase online, where permitted, by drinkupny.com. so, dare to drink different and come experience the macchu high!

macchu pisco | ESTD 2006