Pisco El Gobernador
|Article:||Pisco El Gobernador|
|Grape variety:||50% Muscatel of Alexandria, 50% Rosé Muscatel|
|Characteristics:||Single distilled in copper still.|
|Flavour:||Candied fruits and green grapes dominate. Influences of orange peels and dried apricots as well as a breath of white pepper.|
|Taste:||Round an d nearly creamy. Concise fruity flavours dominate. Bananas, green grapes and bright fruits like peaches form the heart. White chocolate arrives and again orange peels, more remotely approvals of anise and mint can be tasted. The taste just like in the nose is rounded off by the light seasoning of white pepper.|
|Finish:||Long lasting. The discreet seasoning of white pepper lasts. The unmistakable taste of grilled bananas and a trace of butter nut pumpkins joins it.|
Pisco El Gobernador is an aromatic and full-bodied Chilean Pisco. Its historical name giver is Felipe Margutt Donaire. As a mayor of the North-Chilean city of Ovalle he become a talking point by his free spirit and his selflessness in the 19th century.
The aromatic muscatel grapes which grow in the Valle del Limarí in Northern Chile on the chalky ground are base for the fruity distillate. These grapes dispose of an extraordinary freshness, spray an agreeable citrus smell which fulfils the room as soon as the bottle was opened.
6 cl Pisco El Gobernador
3 cl sugar syrup
3 cl lime juice
9 cl watermelon juice
2 mint branches
Preparation: Mix all ingredients with ice in a small glass jug or cocktail glass. Fill up with soda water and serve with mint then.
|Country of origin:||Chile|
|Company:||Miguel Torres S.A.|
|Address:||08720 Vilafranca del Penedés Barcelona, Spain|