When touring the many colonial buildings that you find in Cusco, you may want to also take a look at the new Pisco Museum, the one place where the wonderful properties of the national drink of Peru are exalted and exhibited. Opened by an enthusiastic foreigner, this unique ''museum bar'' is called Pisco 101, and also serves tapas and sushi. The great thing about this place is that not only do they serve the classic Pisco Sour - although this one is close to perfection! Their expert bartenders offer a number of combinations such as the ''valicha'', consisting of pisco mixed with ginger, green peppermint and apple acid. To kill your cravings, we recommend that you should try their delicious tapas and hamburgers with alpaca meat in sesame bread or the ''tiradito marino'' in cumin and chile sauce.


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