Definition of pisco in English:

pisco

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɪskəʊ
 
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noun (plural piscos)

[mass noun]
A white brandy made in Peru from muscat grapes.
More example sentences
  • Another alcoholic drink, also made from grapes, is called pisco.
  • The ties go back so far, both Chile and Peru claim pisco as their national drink and are still fighting over who has sole ownership.
  • Sure, you could rhumba with a Martini in one hand, but you need the right spirit - either rum or pisco - to get into the spirit and beat of Latin music and culture.

Origin

named after a port in Peru.

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