Pineapple Pisco Punch
Our #sixbarrelsquad newbie, Mesita Winebar in Martinborough, have just released their latest drinks menu addition, Pineapple Pisco Punch, and have kindly sent us the recipe to share so you can have a go at home.
30ml Encanto Pisco
15ml Lillet Rouge
15ml Fresh Lemon Juice
Six Barrel Soda Co Lemonade, to top-up (or Lemonade syrup and soda)
30ml Pineapple Sugar Syrup, made with:
– 1 Pineapple (Peeled and chopped)
– 150g Piloncillo Sugar (or palm sugar)
For the Pineapple syrup, macerate pineapple in grated sugar for 24 hours. Blend and strain.
In a boston shaker, add the Pisco, pineapple syrup, Lillet Rouge and lemon juice. Add 2/3 ice and shake hard.
Strain into a stemless wineglass over ice. Top up glass with Six Barrel Soda Lemonade and garnish with a pineapple wedge.
Enjoy and don’t forget to tag us (@sixbarrelsodaco and @mesita.winebar) on Instagram with pics of your version at home.
Used in this recipe
How good is lemonade? Citrusy, sweet and crisp it is perfect for an afternoon treat. Our lemonade is closer in taste to proper old-fashioned lemonade than big bottle ‘lemonade’. We use real lemon juice and lemon zest for a crisp citrus backbone. Oh my.
Add to buy a 15 pack of this flavour.
Our lemonade soda syrup is a classic lemonade, closer in flavour to a proper lemon squash than a big brand ‘lemonade’. We use fresh meyer lemon zest and juice for a refreshing citrus backbone. Try it with a slice of lemon, mint or with light spirits.
You might like to make your syrup a bit fancy by turning it into a Soda Kit – check it out here.