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Grab a Bottle of KAPPA Pisco!

If you read my entry about KAPPA Pisco from last January, this Chilean drink is now available in Las Vegas!  KAPPA Pisco is currently available at these following Lee’s Discount Liquor store locations:

· 3480 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
· 780 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
· 1780 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas
· 4230 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas

If you want to enjoy a cocktail with KAPPA Pisco on the Strip, the Wynn’s Parasol Up and Down bars offer a Berry Pisco Punch with KAPPA on their new summer cocktail menu.  This cocktail is made up of strawberry and pineapple infused KAPPA Pisco, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, and lemon and pineapple juices.  Or head up to Pub 1842 at the MGM Grand for the Prison Hooch cocktail created by mixologist Carlo Splendorini.  This cocktail combines KAPPA Pisco with pineapple-jalapeno gomme and fresh lime juice... This drink sounds like it'll give a kick in your mouth, but in a good way!

From RollingOut.com

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