Here is the question :
PISCO SOUR IS CONSIDERED THE NATIONAL DRINK OF WHICH TWO COUNTRIES?
Here is the option for the question :
- Peru and Chile
- Italy and Croatia
- Argentina and Brazil
- Haiti and Jamaica
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00271] Both Chileans and Peruvians are fiercely competitive with one another about the question of who was the first to create the pisco sour cocktail, which is recognized as the national beverage of both countries.
Pisco is a clear grape brandy that is believed to have been created in the early 1600s at the port city of Pisco, Peru; however, the precise location of the city’s origin is contested by the countries of Peru and Ecuador.
Concerning the creation of the cocktail, Chile asserts that it took place in the city of Iquique, while Peru asserts that it was an American bartender named Victor Morris who created the drink in Lima in the early 20th century.
Additionally, there are some minor distinctions between the two versions.
The ingredients needed to make a Peruvian pisco sour are as follows: pisco from Peru, lime juice, simple syrup, egg white, ice, and Angostura bitters.
Chile’s features Chilean pisco and pica lime, but omits the egg white and bitters from the original recipe.