Suyo Pisco No. 1 is a brand new Peruvian pisco made fully from Quebranta grapes drawn from the Mala Valley. Its declare of “single origin” isn’t completely clear for the reason that grapes are bought from quite a lot of vineyards, however all of them appear to be drawn from this one district in Lima, Peru. The model was launched by Alex Hildebrandt and Ian Leggett, Peruvian-Individuals who, in 2019, devoted themselves to drawing broader consideration to their favourite spirit.
Suyo Pisco rests for 12 months after distillation, however like most pisco it’s unoaked. In consequence, it’s completely clear within the glass. As is widespread with pisco, there’s a odor of petrol, however it is rather mild and is accompanied by delicate, pleasantly fruity notes of peach and grape. The petrol notice doesn’t carry over to the palate, which has a floral character and consists of the fruit discovered on the nostril. It additionally has a pleasant, zingy citrus high quality in addition to a contact of smoke, and it finishes with mild notes of pepper and cinnamon. The alcohol is properly hidden right here, permitting the light flavors to come back throughout properly. It is a strong pisco and can work served neat or in cocktails — and would make a great introduction for individuals thinking about giving pisco a strive.