How to Make a Whiskey Sour

How to Cocktail: Whiskey Sour

This all-time classic cocktail is a very versatile drink, as it can be made with just about any type of spirit. In this video, mixologist Brooke Arthur shows you how to make a Whiskey Sour.

INGREDIENTS:

  • .75 oz Fresh lemon juice
  • .75 oz Simple syrup (one part sugar, one part water)
  • 1.5 oz Bourbon
  • Garnish: Cherry
  • Glass: Rocks

PREPARATION:
Add all the ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice. Shake, and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Garnish with a cherry and/or lemon wedge if desired.

Discussion (8)

  • gitr posted 8 months ago

    Thanks for sharing such a nice blog about how to make a whiskey sour. I would suggest you to checkout cranberry black paper shrub cocktail as well. It also tastes sweet. This cocktail contains my all time favorite ingredients.

  • coryhamelhotmailcom1232208770 posted 1 year ago

    My recommendation:

    2 oz bourbon
    .5 oz fresh lime
    .5 oz fresh lemon
    1 egg white
    couple dashes of Angostura bitters
    .5 oz simple syrup (I use lime infused)

    Shake over ice, serve with a Luxardo cherry.

  • Jimsqueenie posted 1 year ago

    One of my favorite drinks!!! Yummo!!

  • DebWaters posted 1 year ago

    I use Bulliet Rye or Jameson if I'm out and 1.5 oz of each. Perfect according to my taste buds. If you want to up it, try the killer New York Sour, out of this world good!

  • jonstrongmantpgcomau329123216 posted 1 year ago

    The recipe calls for 1.5 oz Whiskey, yet Brooke used 2 oz, which is better mx anyway.

  • joerund posted 2 years ago

    Always bourbon ;) But should also have the egg white (looks better). I also usually use a couple of drops of angostura bitter after the dring is poured into the glass. Tops it of beutifully :D

  • nathanlambsheadyahoocom9682121 posted 2 years ago

    I usually make mine with Jameson

  • awfully posted 2 years ago

    BOO!

    Bourbon? you must be kidding!


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