On this #TravelTuesday ✈️, we go to South America ?! Although it doesn’t come from any one country, Pisco is native to S. America and is a descendant of wine, distilled from different grape varietals producing white wines. Pisco in Chile is even aged in wine barrels to give it a more oaky, smoky flavor. There’s much ado about Chilean pisco vs. Peruvian pisco, but for our purposes, here’s what you should know about how to enjoy it. It can be consumed neat, over ice, mixed, or made into one of the most popular Chilean drinks, Mango Sours. Oh grapes, your gifts are so aplenty. ?