"Sage Sour | Crafted Pour"

"This is a sage-flavoured whisky sour. This savoury syrup is so easy to make if you have fresh sage growing in your garden. I found that the volume of lemon that you would typicaly use in a sour was overwhelming the sage flavour, so I reduced the lemon, which gave it a sweeter finish.", "undefined", "Sage Sour",

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Sage Sour By , May 8, 2009 This is a sage-flavoured whisky sour. This savoury syrup is so easy to make if you have fresh sage growing in your garden. I found that the volume of lemon that you would typicaly use in a sour was overwhelming the sage flavour, so I reduced the lemon, which gave it a sweeter finish. This is a sage-flavoured whisky sour. This savoury syrup is so easy to make if you have fresh sage growing in your garden. I found that the volume of lemon that you would typicaly use in a sour was overwhelming the sage flavour, so I reduced the lemon, which gave it a sweeter finish. Ingredients: - Maker's Mark Bourbon - Honey-sage Syrup Instructions: To make the syrup, combine 1 cup water, 1/2 cup honey, and 10-12 fresh sage leaves in a saucepan. Bring to a slow boil, reduce heat, and simmer for about 2 minutes. Let leaves steep until cool, then strain out leaves. Combine bourbon, honey-sage syrup, lemon juice, and egg whites in a shaker. Dry shake with no ice. Add a large ice cube and shake until cold. Double strain into a coupe glass. Seasonal,Sours,Foamy,Rich,Shaken,Summer