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Whiskey Sour


Egg white does a few things brilliantly in a "sour" cocktail...


The protein subdues flavours, meaning it calms the sharp bite from acidic citrus. The pleasing layer of froth makes a nice canvas for garnishes, but more than that the thick, velvety foam makes the cocktail much smoother than without.


The orange or pineapple juice in the recipe is entirely optional but I find it further adds a bit of weight and rounder mouthfeel, especially if using a whiskey that tastes fantastic but feels a tad thin on the tongue.


Ingredients

60 ml Straight rye whiskey

30 ml Fresh lemon juice

15 ml Orange or pineapple juice

5-10 ml Rich syrup (2:1) or flavoured syrup

2 dashes Peach bitters

1 Pasteurised egg white


Garnish

Dried fruit slices, edible flowers, bitters, or citrus twist


Tools

Jigger, bar spoon, cocktail shaker, mesh strainer


Serve in a Coupe glass.


❶ Chill the coupe glass and prepare garnish.


❷ In a shaker add all ingredients, except ice.


❸ Without ice, shake with anger for 25-30 seconds.

This 'Dry Shake' method breaks up, whips up and emulsify the egg white.


❹ Add ice and shake with passion for about 12 seconds.


❺ Double strain into the chilled glass.


❻ Allow a few moments for the layers to settle.


❼ Garnish and serve.




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