Organic Pisco Sour

This easy, creamy. organic pisco sour made with minimal ingredients makes the perfect winter beverage!

This creamy drink, made with organic ingredients is perfect for the wintertime !

Choosing a winter beverage that is not too sweet or too heavy was a challenge I invited with open arms. As much as I love the traditional egg nog, kahlua, or rum chata cocktails, I have found that I cannot have more than one. Enter the Pisco Sour!

Pisco is a Peruvian brandy. The sour come from the organic fresh lime juice. The addition of egg white makes this drink creamy and frothy without a zillion empty calories. Best of both worlds? I think so!

I start off making a simple syrup with all organic cane sugar. Don’t be intimidated by this simple step – I PROMISE it’s easy. Not to mention, it can save you a few dollars AND help avoid a high-fructose corn syrup sold as “simple” syrup in stores (eye roll)

What you need:

Organic Pisco Sour – Ingredients
  • 3 oz Pisco
  • 3 dashes of bitters of your choice
  • 1 Organic egg white
  • 1 oz Organic simple syrup
  • 1 oz lime juice
  • *1 cup Organic Cane Sugar & 1 cup water

*used for simple syrup

Organic Simple Syrup:

  1. Over medium-low heat slowly boil 1 cup cane sugar and 1 cup water (be careful to not let it burn
  2. Once the sugar has dissolved and reached a semi-thick consistency, turn of heat and cool

Pisco Sour:

  1. Carefully add egg white into shaker with handful of ice. Shake vigorously. (Dry shaking allows for a thicker foam)
  2. Add in simple syrup, pisco, and lime juice
  3. Add 3 more ice cubes and shake vigorously
  4. With a strainer pour drink into fancy glasses
  5. The foam should naturally rise to the top. Add in your bitters now. You can also create patterns on your foam if you choose.

Author: Ankitha Gadag

Recipe Curator & Tastemaker behind AnkithaGadagRecipes!

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