Cocktails: Pisco Lychee

Pisco Lychee, with a light rose colour, garnished with lychee, surrounded by lychees with a bright pink/red outside, on a squared mirror with a brown frame
At Rompe Mar, we take pride in producing one of the finest and most versatile piscos out there. Versatility means that our pisco can just as easily be part of an elaborate cocktail (e.g. the pisco punch) as it can be used to create something simple yet powerful. For instance, the Pisco Lychee.
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Cocktails: Marbella

Rompe Mar Marbella cocktail in a balloon glass with lemon slice and ice on brown table
As the sun starts shining brighter and the days get longer, we invite you to enjoy a fancy alternative to the classic Aperol Spritz, perfect for rooftop and terrace settings or any summertime celebration : The Marbella.
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Cocktails: Pisco Reyes

Rompe Mar cocktail Reyes on wood table with Monstera leaves and book
At Rompe Mar, we love a good cocktail story, and the tale of the Pisco Reyes is no exception. This unique cocktail was born during a trip to Machu Picchu when our founder and his Mexican friend decided to mix their favourite local drinks together.
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Cocktails: Capitán

A vibrant red-colored cocktail in a martini glass on a white stair with sunlight reflection and leaf shadows
The Capitán is the Peruvian version of the popular Manhattan cocktail, but with a twist. Its origins date back to the 1920s when soldiers and generals were stationed in the plateau near Lake Titicaca, an area that sits more than 3,000 metres above sea level.
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Cocktails: Pisco Punch

Rompe Mar Pisco Punch Cocktail on a rock with garnish
The Pisco Punch has achieved legendary renomée, prompting the celebrated author Rudyard Kipling to go as far as to compose a poem about its virtues, describing it as a mixture “compounded of the shavings of cherub’s wings, the glory of a tropical dawn, the red clouds of sunset, and the fragments of lost epics by dead masters.” What's the story behind this legendary cocktail?
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Cocktails: Pisco & Tonic

Rompe Mar Pisco & Tonic cocktail with olives and garnish on a rock by the beach
As the summer heat starts to settle in, there is nothing quite like a refreshing cocktail to cool you down. If you are tired of the same old gin and tonic, why not try something slightly different? Look no further than the Pisco & Tonic.
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Cocktails: Pisco Negroni

Rompe Mar Pisco Negroni cocktail with lemon garnish in a dark background
The Negroni is a classic cocktail that needs no introduction. Its perfect blend of sweet and bitter flavours, with gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, has been a fan favourite for years. However, have you ever tried a Negroni made with pisco instead of gin? Our Pisco Negroni offers a delightful twist on the classic cocktail, and we are excited to share it with you.
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Cocktails: Perfect Serve

rompe mar pisco perfect serve black olives tray classy glasses
Crafting the perfect cocktail is a work of art. At Rompe Mar, we take pride in our unique and carefully crafted cocktails, and our Perfect Serve is a true masterpiece. Among all our cocktails, our Perfect Serve stands out from the rest, not least thanks to the fascinating story behind it.
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Cocktails: Pisco Sour

Rompe Mar Pisco Sour cocktail with eggs and wood
The Pisco sour is a classic cocktail that has captivated many taste buds, but its origin story is equally captivating. Despite being made with a quintessentially Peruvian ingredient, the cocktail was actually invented by an American engineer, Victor Vaughen Morris, in 1904. Morris had been commissioned by a wealthy American tycoon, Alfred W. McCune, to construct the highest-altitude railway in the world, linking Lima, the capital of Peru, to Cerro de Pasco, the country’s second-largest city and a major mining hub.
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Cocktails: Chilcano

Rompe Mar Chilcano cocktail with ginger and lemon garnish on a white tablecloth with an orange tree and white wall in the background
In the world of mixology, there are a handful of classic cocktails that have become household names - think of the timeless elegance of a Martini or the refreshing tang of a Margarita. However, what about lesser-known drinks that offer a unique and intriguing taste? “El Chilcano,” a cocktail that combines ginger ale’s effervescence with Pisco’s smooth richness, offers a new twist on traditional mixed drinks.
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