– ¾ oz lime juice Add ice and shake some more. – Pour and strain into a sugar-rimmed coupe glass. – ¼ oz simple syrup (optional). 37 1/2 ml Bourbon Whiskey37 1/2 ml Pineapple Juice20 ml Lemon Juice12 1/2 ml Sugar Syrup. 45 ml Bourbon Whisky15 ml Lemon Juice15 ml Orange Juice15 ml Grenadine Syrup, One story is that this drink originated in New York in an area which was known for political corruption, 15 ml Apricot Brandy15 ml Orange Juice15ml Sweet and Sour Mix. Tel: 0141 611 9131. – 1 oz lime juice If serving “up” (without ice) strain and pour into a coupe glass. Pour and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Place all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with plenty of ice and shake hard. If using egg white, shake vigorously without ice. 50 ml Bourbon Whiskey25 ml Lemon Juice12 1/2 ml Sugar Syrup12 1/2 ml Egg-WhiteLemon Zest, 37 1/2 ml Bourbon Whiskey20 ml Triple Sec30 ml Apple Juice5 ml Lemon Juice2 dashes Orange Bitters. With Distiller, you’ll always know what’s in the bottle before you spend a cent.
Note, if using a sweet Champagne (sec or demi-sec) or a Prosecco, you should adjust or omit the simple syrup according to your taste. Shake ingredients in a shaker and dry shake until egg has combined with the rest of the drink. Whisky Sour: a classic sour, often made with bourbon whiskey. GIN.
Try them both! – 1 tsp. 25 ml Melon Liqueur25 ml Sweet and Sour mix50 ml Lemon and Lime Soda. – ¾ oz Maraschino liqueur
Pisco Sour: a delicious introduction to Pisco, a type of brandy with origins in Chile and Peru. – 1 egg white (optional, but recommended). – Shake all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Let it cool and then store it for up to 10 days in a jar/container), The Gin Kin promotes responsible drinking. Strain into a chilled coupe. Aviation Cocktail / Photo Credit: Adrian Scottow, – 2 oz gin (try Caorunn Gin) Add first three ingredients to cocktail shaker with ice. The possibilities are endless and modern-day bartenders are taking full advantage of their customer’s adventurous nature. – 1 oz lemon juice This cocktail notably appeared in a scene in Ernest Hemmingways 1926 classic, "The Sun Also Rises", in which Jake Barnes, the narrator, drinks a Jack Rose in a Paris hotel. The most popular sour variation is the Margarita. Sign up to our exclusive cocktail mailing list for regular offers and newsletters, 37 1/2 ml Woodford Reserve Bourbon15 ml Bitter Truth Apricot Brandy Liqueur20 ml of freshly squeezed Lemon JuiceQuartered Orangeglug of Egg WhiteOrange Wheel.