1.5 oz Pisco 0.75 - 1.5 oz sweet vermouth 2 - 4 dashes Angostura Garnish: Olive or cherry Note: Martinis and Manhattans are a very personal thing. While recipes often suggest 2 parts spirit to 1 part vermouth, from there it's up to the imbiber how much spirit-to-vermouth balance they want. Some people like a scant amount of vermouth and some like equal parts spirit and vermouth. The best thing to do with a cocktail like this is to make one, see how you feel about it, adjust accordingly, and then probably make a second ;-)
The iconic pisco drink 2 oz Pisco 3/4 oz lemon juice 3/4 oz simple syrup egg white Garnish: Angostura Bitters Add pisco, lemon, simple syrup, and egg white to the shaker. Seal and shake without ice (a dry shake) for 5 seconds to froth up the egg. Unseal, add two to three handfuls of ice, seal and shake vigorously for 15 seconds. Unseal and strain into chilled glass. Garnish with a couple of Angostura dashes
Ginger ale or ginger beer bubbly Pisco beverage 2 oz Pisco 1/4 - 1/2 oz lime juice 4 - 5 oz chilled ginger ale or ginger beer Pour pisco and lime juice into a tall glass and add a small handful of ice cubes. Stir for 5 - 10 seconds to chill lime and pisco. Pour in 4 - 5 oz of your chilled bubbly beverage of choice. Gently stir to mix. Garnish with a lime wedge and enjoy.