Hacienda Huamaní, located in Ica, has been producing pisco since 1890, a tradition started by Don Ismael De la Quintana, founder and creator of this product whose name in Quechua means Inca God, protector of the people and the crops.
The family tradition has been maintained for 125 years. Today, the same pisco recipe is still used, as well as the copper stills that once processed the production of this pisco.
Specific characteristics of the product
Pisco Huamani Quebranta is the classic distillate of the Huamani family, whose production has been handed down from generation to generation until today. It is an artisanal pisco with fine aromas and citric touches. Clean on the nose and pleasant on the palate, it suggests a taste of dates and apricots. It is full-bodied and has a long finish.
The product is sold in a 700 ml glass bottle presentation, with an alcohol content of 43°.
About the company
Since 1890, Pisco Huamani has positioned itself as one of the main producers of pisco in Peru. In its production, traditional techniques are respected and they manage a small batch production, with a minimum of one year of resting, which ensures the maturation of aromas, flavors, and quality. They currently export to Spain, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, and New Zealand.