It was created at the Bank Exchange in San Francisco, in the late 1800’s. “This drink makes the smallest mosquito face an elephant”, said Pauline Jacobson. Rumored to have actual cocaine…not here.
Created in 1916 in Lima, this is the version of whisky sour by Victor Morris at the Morris bar in the historic center of Lima.
Pisco, sweet vermouth and bitters.
Pisco is a testimony of our love to Perú; it possesses a party soul and a dancing body. Pisco is the water of life.
This cocktail was born in Lima’s elegant homes at the beginning of the 20th century, between 1898 and 1910.
We were inspired by the classic Peruvian chilcano recipe and then adapted to our favorite local ingredients.
Andean mint macerated pisco, andean cactus seed macerated pisco, lime juice, bitter and ginger ale.
Strawberry macerated pisco, ginger macerated pisco, lime juice, mint, strawberries, bitters and ginger ale.
Fig macerated pisco, lime juice, passion fruit juice, ginger syrup, bitter and ginger ale.
Amazon chuchuasi macerated pisco, fig macerated pisco, orange macerated pisco, lime juice, bitters and ginger ale
Macerated of coca, aguaymanto juice, lemon juice, bitter and ginger ale.
Macerated of ginger and ají limo, lemon juice, passion fruit juice, ginger syrup, peppermint, bitters and ginger ale.
Pisco, apple liqueur, lemon juice, ginger syrup, peppermint and apple
Strawberry infused pisco, orange segments, peppermint, syrup, passion fruit and cranberry juice.
Lemon grass macerated pisco, passion fruit juice, simple syrup, apple and lemongrass.
Pisco, apple liquor, simple syrup, passion fruit juice and basil.
Pisco, coconut rum, passion fruit, red wine, basil, cranberry juice and black grapes.
Airampo infused pisco, passion fruit juice, syrup, triple sec and strawberry.
Seasonal fruit. Served in a Martini glass, no ice.
Pisco, Peruvian lemon juice, passion fruit and mango juice.
Airampo infused pisco, coconut rum, prickly pear extract, pineapple juice, orange juice, passion fruit, syrup and egg white.
Strong and elegant in character.
Pisco, aperol, campari, vermouth rosso, cinnamon sugar rim accompanied with a chocolate truffle.
Pisco, jagermeister, campari and aperol, smoked with rosemary.
Pisco, coffee liqueur, baileys, espresso, syrup.
¡De la casa pues! From our home here in Arequipa, to you.
Pisco, local queso helado liqueur, evaporated milk, condensed milk, vanilla.
Tradition that goes from family to family to cure respiratory ailments, shelter from the cold and avoid boredom. Steeped with pisco or local infusions Museo-made.
Bottle Pisco Patrimonio – S/140
Cup Pisco Patrimonio – S/24
Sour Patrimonio – S/32
Chilcano Patrimonio – S/30
Patrimonio 200 – S/28
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Peanut & aji pepper stewed chicken with pisco, as wontons.
Crispy chicken wings with bbq or spicy bbq, sweet potato sticks and a blue cheese dipping sauce.
Confit Potatoes with caramelized onions in Barcelona-style tortilla, made of farm fresh eggs; served with our house-made spicy chile pepper.
With guacamole and hot sauce.
Four mini smash-burgers, ground beef, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and onion with fried potato es. Yum!
Welcome to Lima! beef heart skewers (or grilled chicken!) in our anticuchera sauce, accompanied with baby potatoes sautéed in chimichurri and homemade salsas.
Twice-cooked native potatoes with a trio of Peruvian sauces.
The best of Museo: wings & pisco; choice of anticucho grilled chicken and grilled beef heart; and chicharrón de pollo with our papitas del Museo.
Sauteed beef tenderloin flambe in soy and pisco, finished with malt beer, tomatoes and onions with french fries or papitas del Museo.
Panko-crusted chicken breast with passion fruit and chili sauce, with french fries.
Fried Peruvian pork belly with sweet potato fries and zarza criolla.