The event took place on April 15 and the Peruvian Pisco triumphed over other competitors from 45 countries, according to information from Peru.info.
“The distillate from Ica scored 96 points out of a possible 100, earning it the Chairman’s Trophy for its category. Meanwhile, Demonio de los Andes Quebranta finished runner-up with 94 points”, the aforementioned website said.
“Tacama named this distillate after the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Carbajal, who was known as the ‘Demonio de los Andes’ (Demon of the Andes) and took part in the civil war between conquistadors in Peru”, Peru.info informed.
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