Sample Pisco from Peru and Chile at Santiago’s Chipe Libre Bar

Bar Chipe Libre, a self-acclaimed ‘Independent Republic of Pisco’, is serving all types of the drink in Santiago, allowing tasters to decide which is best. 

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While wine is a staple product of Chile, the country is also well-known for producing pisco, which is actually its national drink.

The brandy-type liquor, also made from grapes, is the pride of Chile, but is also the cause of a greatly heated debate with the country’s long-term rival, Peru, which is also proud of its production of the spirit.

To settle the score, Bar Chipe Libre, a self-acclaimed ‘Independent Republic of Pisco’, is serving all types of the drink in Santiago, giving tasters a chance to decide for themselves which is the best.

Chipe Libre is a great place to sample and learn about the drink’s variations, with barmen who are ready to explain their differences.

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