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Whiskey Sour

A whiskey sour, like any Sour, is one of the sweeter cocktails I drink. More like a sweet-and-sour cocktail with a preference for the sugar. The first thing I will say about making this drink is that it really teaches you what should go into the do-it-yourself version of drinks most people make using mixers. 330 more words

Cocktails

A Reluctant Whiskey Drinker

Yesterday was Whiskey Sour Day. Having spent 5 days at Shambala festival I really wasn’t up for a cocktail but the challenge was set so, after enjoying a slap up post-festival meal with a friend at Zazu’s Kitchen, I ordered myself a whiskey sour. 24 more words

Celebration

It's National Whiskey Sour Day

Celebrating Whiskey Sour Day with Chef Lisa’s┬átake on the infamous cocktail: The New York Sour

Count on The City That Never Sleeps to put a scrumptious twist on a classic cocktail – meet The New York Sour, a golden whiskey sour that’s topped with fruity red wine, serving up satisfaction in every sip.

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Bite Me More

National Whiskey Sour Day!

Happy Monday, and happy National Whiskey Sour Day!

Clearly our heads are still sort of in weekend mode… but we couldn’t resist doing a feature on this classic cocktail for it’s birthday! 169 more words

Food

Whiskey Sour

15 years or so ago, my best friend decided that she wanted to be a barkeeper. She was hanging out with this guy who had his own bar and soon she was working her ass off for him. 316 more words

Daily Prompt

This Lady's Lemonade: A Summer Cocktail...

Since it’s Monday, and we’re all tired and wishing it was still Saturday night, I’ve decided to talk about my favorite summer cocktail. I love anything with whiskey in it. 269 more words

Summer

Cypress Point

Here’s a cautionary tale for ya.It seems that Carleton Watkins was an acclaimed western photographer working up and down the left coast. His photographs of the Yosemite Valley helped to get Congress and Abraham Lincoln to establish protections for the area in 1864. 317 more words

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