Pisco is a South American brandy with all sorts of bright, fruity, grassy flavors.
Spanish conquistadors brought European grapes in the mid-16th century. The grapes took well to the climates and the vineyards quickly spread.
The spirit would eventually come to be called Pisco, either after the Peruvian port where the liquor was distributed or after one of several Quechua words.
Mission Ceviche, as its name suggests, is primarily an invitation to Peruvian gastronomic experience, that’s why we create our Pisco Flight to give you a sneak peek to one of the most prized spirits in the world with 8 grape varietals used in the unique geography in Peru where they prosper.