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Chilean Piscola (Pisco and Cola) Recipe
Chilean Piscola (Pisco and Cola) Recipe

An essential combination of spirits and cola, made in this case with Chilean pisco, and known as “Piscola” or “Combinado Nacional.” It is so popular that since 2003, National Piscola Day has been celebrated every February 8th.

How to make a Chilean Piscola?

When making Piscola, the proportions of pisco and cola can vary depending on the alcohol content of the pisco used (ranging from 35° to 46°) and the consumer’s preference, with ratios ranging from 1:1 to 1:5.

Nutritional Information

Category: Traditional Drinks
Cuisine: Chilean
Calories: 350
Preparation: 10 minutes
Servings: 1 person

Step-by-Step Piscola Cocktail Recipe


  • 1 measure of Chilean pisco
  • 4 measures of cola
  • Lemon from Pica (a variety of lemon)
  • Ice


  1. In a preferably tall glass, add ice cubes and optionally, quartered Pica lemon.
  2. Pour the desired amount of pisco and then fill the glass with cola.
  3. Gently stir with a cocktail stirrer and serve immediately.

Tips for the perfect Piscola

Typically, Piscola is served with ice only, but on more formal occasions, it is sometimes garnished with slices of Pica lemon and other decorations to enhance its presentation.

Did you know?

The combination of spirits and cola is one of the most popular in the world, with examples ranging from rum (Cuba Libre), whisky (Lemmy), to fernet (Fernando).


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