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When it comes to vodka most of us surely think first of Poland or Russia, the birthplace of this spirit. But slowly and surely a small distillery in Peru makes a name for itself as one of the top vodka producers in the world.
Peruvian Public Holidays and Festivities SunflowerUpdatedOctober 20, 201846890100
Since the Spanish conquerors brought the first grapevines to Peru, which prospered due to favorable climate along the southern coast, a significant wine industry developed in the region. Today cultivating grapes and producing wine and Peru’s famous Pisco plays an important role in Peru especially in the southern cities of Ica and Pisco.
For thousands of years ancient cultures high in the Peruvian Andes produced a refreshing, fruity and healthy (at least if you go easy on the sugar) non-alcoholic drink called Chicha Morada that with the arrival of the Incas spread throughout the empire and later was refined with ingredients brought to the country by the conquering Spaniards.
Events & Entertainment SunflowerUpdatedSeptember 26, 201710780100
05 to 14 October 2017
Over the past few years a large and interesting craft beer scene developed in Peru and here especially in Lima. To promote and celebrate these special, high quality beers with lots of character and big flavor, the Lima Beer Week was successfully established last year in the Peruvian capital.
Since March we know that the 10th edition of Mistura won’t be held at its former location in Lima’s Magdalena del Mar, but moves further north to Callao. Yesterday however Apega, organizer of the event, surprisingly announced another change of location for this year’s gastronomic fair.
Peruvian Public Holidays and Festivities SunflowerUpdatedOctober 20, 2018103230100
First Saturday in February
Since 2003 Peru's National Drink, the Pisco Sour, has its own day of celebrations. Each year on the first Saturday in February, the country pays homage to its most popular cocktail with the "Dia Nacional del Pisco Sour" (National Pisco Sour Day).