whisky sour

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Noun1.whisky sour - a sour made with whiskeywhisky sour - a sour made with whiskey    
whiskey, whisky - a liquor made from fermented mash of grain
sour - a cocktail made of a liquor (especially whiskey or gin) mixed with lemon or lime juice and sugar
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Philippe is the master mixer in every sense - he also makes the meanest whisky sour I ever drank.
The assorted collection, meanwhile, has a Gin & Tonic and an Elderflower Spritz plus two vodka blends - a Rhuby Mule with the addition of ginger and rhubarb; and a Long Island High Tea - alongside two rum (a Berry Daquiri and Spiced Rum) plus two whisky infusions: a classic Whisky Sour, including grapefruit, and a Godson which adds amaretto to the blend.
As he mixed up a plethora of his signature whisky- based cocktails -- Mint Julep, Manhattan, Whisky Sour -- he remarked that there was a time when whisky in India meant just one brand, namely Johnny Walker, while globally, blended scotch whisky was becoming became popular.
And with flavours such as whisky sour, mixed berry daiquiri and violet-infused G and T, each pastille contains around 7% alcohol - the equivalent of half a shotglass of spirits.
A g ood example would be a whisky sour - a sweet and sharp combination of flavours to get people's palates going.
Talisker HERE'S Donald's whisky sour, to tickle your palate.
Having spent much of last summer testing her recipes on family and friends, she has now finalised a range of five Tipsy Pud's, including Merry Berry Pie, Mojito Cheesecake and Whisky Sour, which she launched earlier in February at the bi-monthly Boilershop Steam event in Newcastle.
A variant of the whisky sour, but with a dash of egg white, it is perfect for a cold winter's night or a cool-ish morning treat.
Try the apple brandy with lemon and orange juice and a splash of maple syrup, or add to a whisky sour for some extra bite.
A comienzos del siglo XX, cerca de alli, uno de los trabajadores de una mina local, Jennings Cox, al recibir visitas y no tener whisky--o ginebra--, mezclo jugo de limon, azucar, ron, y al final agrego hielo, como probando un nuevo estilo de whisky sour, solo que sustituyendo el alcohol maltes por el destilado de cana.