The most popular bitters in Peru, named Chuncho after the ethnic group of Indians who resisted the might of the Spanish conquistadors. A complex macerate of over 30 various peels, herbs and aromatic flowers rested in oak for 6 months.
The ingredients, sourced from the local forests include la Quina and Sarrapia leaves, which both appear on the Peruvian national flag. Chuncho Amargo Bitters is ideal to make an authentic Peruvian Pisco Sours. More information on Bitters