Pisco Quebranta is a non-aromatic grape brandy that differs from all other brandies since it is not aged in oak barrels, no coloring, no flavoring and no water added. In essence, it is one of the purist liquors in the world and is what sets pisco brandy apart from other spirits.
This spirit is a four-hundred-year-old magic elixir from the valley of Pisco in Peru. It is made with the traditional artisanal techniques by the distillation of freshly fermented Quebranta grape juice in a copper stills and is stored in clay jars called piscos.
Around the mid-19th century, pisco arrived to the coast of San Francisco during the gold rush. It was by far the most popular drink in San Francisco. The bar called, The Bank Exchange, became famous for serving Pisco Brandy and especially its signature cocktail Pisco Punch to celebrities such as Mark Twain.
Many famous people have penned their passion for the flavor of this unique brandy.
Rudyard Kipling wrote;
I have a theory it is compounded of the shavings of cherubs wings, the glory of a tropical dawn, the red clouds of sunset……
Harold Ross (founder of The New Yorker Magazine) wrote;
It is a great favorite with the ladies on account of its mildness and kick…. also, an aphrodisiac… and will be velvet to all customers.
We are introducing, Adamas, a Pisco made with the secret distilling process that produces the smoothest drinking brandy anywhere in the world. We invite you to experience the flavor of Adamas. and become as passionate about Pisco as so many have in the past.
Pisco brandy is as versatile as any spirit on earth. Adamas Pisco can be used to create a unique and flavorful mixed drinks and cocktails, but its purity lends itself to be enjoyed as a chilled shot, neat or on the rocks.