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1202, 2016

Pisco Sour Day Competition

By |February 12th, 2016|Categories: Pisco, Santiago Queirolo|0 Comments

Pisco Sour Day Competition at the Westin!

Saturday afternoon, North Dallas will be the site of a head-to-head-to-head battle of pisco sours, just in time for the cocktail’s holiday, celebrated annually in Peru.

From 4 to 6 p.m., eight of the area’s top bartenders will gather at the Pisco Cocktail Duel to whip up their own unique take on the pisco sour; prizes (and bragging rights) shall be awarded. The eight participating cocktail masters hail from High & Tight, Oak, Whiskey Cake, Thompson’s and Parliament, among other fine drinking establishments. Best part is that this FREE event will be open to the public … and I’ll be one of the judges!

 

Check out the full write up by clicking here! 

 

712, 2015

Queirolo Pisco Quebranta wins Silver with Beverage Testing Institute

By |December 7th, 2015|Categories: Pisco, Santiago Queirolo|0 Comments

Santiango Queirolo Pisco is awarded Silver for 2015 entry

Clear color. Delicate, interesting, savory aromas of pickled green tomatoes, golden raisins, champagne vinaigrette, and dried banana and edamame with a satiny, lively, fruity medium body and a peppery, intriguing, medium-length reduced orange, pickled melon rind and peppers, honey, and pepper finish. A fun, zesty, savory pisco with interesting salinity that will cover a lot of bases cocktail-wise.

International Review of Spirits Award: Silver Medal

RATING: 86 points (Highly Recommended)

 

2508, 2015

Its time to try Pisco again

By |August 25th, 2015|Categories: Pisco, Santiago Queirolo|0 Comments

PERUVIAN SIPPERS ARE READY FOR PRIME TIME — PART 1: PISCO

Few Peruvian spirits entered the U.S. market until about 20 years ago, so as far as recognition goes, it’s still a game of catch-up. Pisco is the most recognizable spirit from there, but people whose first taste of it was decades ago might not have fond memories.

Santiago Queirolo is a must try Pisco that is silky smooth on the palate and creates amazing cocktails.

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2107, 2014

Almuerzos y Cenas Interview Jim Driscoll

By |July 21st, 2014|Categories: Intipalka, Pisco, Santiago Queirolo, Wine|0 Comments

Great Interview with our CEO Jim Driscoll by Almuerzos y Cenas Magazine

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