Did you know that SuViche is home to the very first Pisco Bar in South Florida? That’s right! We love Pisco so much, we created a bar dedicated solely to the spirit. Our Las Olas and Wynwood locations serve-up a variety of cocktails featuring homemade Pisco infusions with fresh herbs, fruits and spices.
The Pisco Sour is one of Peru’s most popular signature drinks – so much so, that the cocktail even has its own national holiday in Peru! The day is known as “Día del Pisco Sour” and takes place annually on the first Saturday of February. In honor of this special cocktail that evokes the Peruvian culture, we are celebrating with Bottomless Pisco Sours at our Wynwood and Las Olas locations on February 4th.
At SuViche, we serve the traditional Pisco Sour made with fresh squeezed lime juice, simple syrup and a dash of egg whites. We also can kick it up a notch and add even more flavor with our homemade Macerados, an infusion made with fresh berries, herbs, spices and Pisco. Our Pisco Sour Macerados include Thai Chile, Purple Chicha, Lychee, Lemongrass, Citrus, Gummy Bear, Thyme and Blueberry, Blueberry, Pineapple, Mango, Coconut and Cinnamon.
We know that you love our Pisco Sours and it is easy to enjoy even at home! Try whipping one up yourself with our #SaucyApproved Pisco Sour Cocktail Recipe. Enjoy at your own risk – our Pisco Sours are addictive and can cause a #CulinaryMindBomb!
SuViche’s Mango Pisco Sour Cocktail Recipe:
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On Saturday, February 6th, SuViche celebrates Peru’s most popular cocktail in honor of National Pisco Sour Day! Pisco Sour originated in Lima, Peru in the early 1920’s by an American named Victor Vaughen Morris. Morris left the U.S. to open a bar in Lima and his saloon quickly became a popular spot for the Peruvian upper class and English-speaking foreigners. The Pisco Sour cocktail underwent a few changes until a Peruvian bartender working at Morris’s Bar created the modern Pisco Sour by adding bitters and egg whites to the mix. Throughout the years, Pisco Sour has grown in popularity and has become one of Peru’s most recognized cocktails. Dia del Pisco Sour (Pisco Sour Day) takes place annually on the first Saturday of February.
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Fort Lauderdale has been growing by leaps and bounds so it’s only natural that our fresh, high-quality culinary concept would join the ranks on Las Olas Boulevard. Opening this August at 401 East Las Olas Boulevard Ste 150, our newest SuViche location will bring the same great delicious food that Miami has enjoyed for the last five years.
What is ceviche? How is it prepared and cooked? With all natural ingredients including seafood, herbs, spices and of course citrus!
Limes are all-around great food item. They have lots of flavor, numerous health benefits, and provide a great way to actually 'cook' seafood without heat.