They labour one day, and get drunk on pisco or the "strong water" on another.
To the south of Lima, in the Bay of pisco, are found three small islands, or rather barren rocks.
This drink is pisco, lemon juice, and a teaspoonful of sugar.
A little way up the bay, on the mainland, is the sea-port of pisco, a neat Spanish-built place.
In the year 1823 a transport carrying a regiment of dragoons, three hundred and twenty strong, stranded on the coast near pisco.
We had only a transient view of pisco, which seemed pleasantly situated among orchards and vineyards.
The chief staple of cultivation at pisco, and throughout the province, is the vine.
Some very considerable sugar plantations, and several villages, lie between Cañete and pisco.
The wine came from pisco, 'which place is famous for wine, and was contained in jars of seven or eight gallons each.
pisco is merely the key to the large interior town of Yca, which is fourteen leagues distant.