That’s right Ocucaje Pisco, Peru’s Best-Selling Pisco, is back in New York and New Jersey!!! (See our recipe below for the perfect Ocucaje Peruvian Pisco Sour)
I am pleased to announce that the U.S. importer Ocucaje Pisco, Peru’s Number-1 best-selling brand, has appointed HG Wine & Spirits as its tri-state marketing agent, effective August 1.
Santa Maria Imports, the U.S. importer of Ocucaje Peruvian Pisco, named HG as its official agent for New York and New Jersey. In New York, the brand is to be distributed by Southern Wine & Spirits of New York; in New Jersey, by Fedway’s Los Andes division.
On behalf of our team here at HG Wine & Spirits, I want to personally thank you for your business and continued support. Please appreciate in working with our local distributor partners, HG Wine & Spirits is investing directly in this brand, and we encourage you to ask your local distributor representative about our upcoming promotions and sales incentives.
For more information about this great brand, please log onto www.hgwineandspirits.com, click on our “Spirits” tab at the top of the screen, and then, click on the Ocucaje brand.
Thank you again, and if you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact me personally.
Yours, David Eber
For more information, please contact:
HG WINE & SPIRITS
330 Madison Avenue • 9th Floor • New York, NY • 10017 • USA
Office: 1-212-573-0969 • Cell: 1-917-741-5971
HOW TO MIX A PERFECT OCUCAJE PERUVIAN PISCO SOUR with Peychaud Bitters!!!
Ocucaje Peruvian Pisco Sour Ingredients:
> 3 ounces Ocucaje Peruvian Pisco
> 2 ounces freshly squeezed lime juice
> 1 heaping tablespoon egg white
> 1 1/2 ounces simple syrup
> 1/4 cup crushed ice
> 2 -3 drops Peychaud Bitters
> 1-2 freshly cut, thin orange slices for garnish
To assemble and mix:
> In a cocktail shaker (or a blender) combine lime juice with the egg white.
> Next, pour in simple syrup, Ocucaje Peruvian Pisco, add ice and shake vigorously (or set blender on high speed) until frothy layer forms.
> Pour into a chilled glass, straight or on the rocks,
> Add just 2 or 3 drops of Peychaud Bitters, garnish with orange slice.