Man#2: Oh! It's called Piscosour. Is from Perú, try mine's.
Man#1: Damn! It's the best cocktail I ever tried, I'll get one from that table.
Man#2: You like it?
Man #1: Arghh!! What the crap is this, Oh my! I got to go to the bathroom, oh man call 911!!
Man#1: Hey waitdress: Is my friend's Piscosour Peruvian like the ones in the bar right?
Waitdresss: No. The ones in the table are free samples from Chile, you've got to pay for the Peruvian ones.
PISCO IS FROM PERU NOT CHILE
Peruvain: Wrong! you're just a jealous copycat who is mad because your country looks like a skinny penis. Pisco es Peruano! VIVA EL PERU!
Pisco (from Quechua: pisqu, little bird,1 or named after a type of clay pot,1 or after a port in Peru2) is a colorless or yellowish-to-amber colored grape brandy produced in winemaking regions of Chile3 and Peru.2
Pisco was developed by Spanish settlers in the 16th century as an alternative to orujo, a pomace brandy that was being imported from Spain.4 Pisco takes its name from town of Pisco, located on the coast of Peru.52 The first vineyards were planted in the coastal valleys in the Viceroyalty of Peru, when vine plants arrived from the Canary Islands. Even though Spain imposed many restrictions on wine production and commerce, the wine-making industry developed rapidly, such as in the corregimientos of Ica.
I do not understand the IGNORANT arguments from Chileans and Peruvians. The bottom line is Pisco was brought to Peru by the Spaniards, who also spread to Chile. However, as stated in Wikipedia the word Pisco was derived from a bird in the Quechua dialect spoken by Peruvian Incas. I do not get the fights between the nations about "wars", "whose better", blah blah...just pure ignorance!!!
Sorry, it's Peruvian, I couldn't find Chilean Pisco