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Need help with whiskey sour recipe

Posted by jannie (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 3, 08 at 18:27

Help! I know the imngredients, but I can't remember the proportions/ amounts I can't remember. I do remember the ingredients are frozen lemonade mix, beer, and whiskey. Can anyone fill in the amounts? I think it was one can lemonade (for sour taste), one can beer (for foam) and one can whiskey (for itself.


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RE: Need help with whiskey sour recipe

I don't know if this will help, but I drink Whiskey Sours everyday....I put 7 ice cubes in a shaker cup, 1 packet Bartender's Whiskey Sour mix (not the bottle mix), 2 squirts of Frothee (Creamy Head For Cocktails) and a dab of Sugar, 2 shots of Philadelphia Whiskey...Shake and pour ice and all into a glass...Many people prefer another Whiskey such as Seagrams, etc., but I have become accustomed to the Philadelphia and believe it or not, I don't like a strong taste of whiskey in my drink.


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RE: Need help with whiskey sour recipe

my parents always did:

1 can of frozen lemonade concentrate (still frozen)
refill the can with whiskey
refill the can with ice

whiz it all in the blender.( but the ice should be like crushed ice not a smoothie) and serve it.
Keep it frozen in the freezer for quick cocktails during the week.

diggerb


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