"The New York Sour…I wanted | Crafted Pour"

"Last Friday, my friends and I went to a cool speakeasy in West Seattle. (Not gonna tag them or tell you the name of it) The vibe was amazing! Dark, small, and cozy…and it really was hard to find. We asked a few people where it was, and I liked how they told us where it was but not exactly where it was. “You go out of that door, turn left, right, and go outside, and it’s there.” “It’s just around the corner. Behind the restaurant.” When you search the name of the speakeasy, it tells you to go to a restaurant that doesn’t exist. There’s a sign but it’s not a restaurant. When you finally find the restaurant sign, you only hear the music inside the speakeasy. The menu was great! All classic cocktails but they were categorized in “Golden Age” “Prohibition” “Repeal” and “Renaissance”. When I saw the New York Sour on the menu, I had to get one because who doesn’t want to see a foamy layered cocktail?! Unfortunately, what I got was a foamy purple cocktail with no red wine layer. You would think it’s going to be a legit New York Sour especially when it’s the highest priced cocktail on the menu. And don’t tell me “But it’s going to taste the same”. That’s not the point! With or without the foam, the red wine LAYER is what makes a New York Sour a New Your Sour, in my book. Disappointed. Like they didn’t even try… So, I made one myself because it was bothering me that much. *Cue the sound* “THIS…is what I wanted, ok? The New York Sour?! And this is what I got 😭😭😭” You already know what is in the New York Sour. Just add the LAYER of red wine to a whiskey sour. P.S. I also got a Sazerac there… and it was served on the 2” cube. It’s ok, I’m more upset about the New York Sour. ", "undefined", "The New York Sour…I wanted",

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The New York Sour…I wanted By , Last Friday, my friends and I went to a cool speakeasy in West Seattle. (Not gonna tag them or tell you the name of it) The vibe was amazing! Dark, small, and cozy…and it really was hard to find. We asked a few people where it was, and I liked how they told us where it was but not exactly where it was. “You go out of that door, turn left, right, and go outside, and it’s there.” “It’s just around the corner. Behind the restaurant.” When you search the name of the speakeasy, it tells you to go to a restaurant that doesn’t exist. There’s a sign but it’s not a restaurant. When you finally find the restaurant sign, you only hear the music inside the speakeasy. The menu was great! All classic cocktails but they were categorized in “Golden Age” “Prohibition” “Repeal” and “Renaissance”. When I saw the New York Sour on the menu, I had to get one because who doesn’t want to see a foamy layered cocktail?! Unfortunately, what I got was a foamy purple cocktail with no red wine layer. You would think it’s going to be a legit New York Sour especially when it’s the highest priced cocktail on the menu. And don’t tell me “But it’s going to taste the same”. That’s not the point! With or without the foam, the red wine LAYER is what makes a New York Sour a New Your Sour, in my book. Disappointed. Like they didn’t even try… 
So, I made one myself because it was bothering me that much. *Cue the sound* “THIS…is what I wanted, ok? The New York Sour?! And this is what I got 😭😭😭” 

You already know what is in the New York Sour. Just add the LAYER of red wine to a whiskey sour.

P.S. I also got a Sazerac there… and it was served on the 2” cube. It’s ok, I’m more upset about the New York Sour. Last Friday, my friends and I went to a cool speakeasy in West Seattle. (Not gonna tag them or tell you the name of it) The vibe was amazing! Dark, small, and cozy…and it really was hard to find. We asked a few people where it was, and I liked how they told us where it was but not exactly where it was. “You go out of that door, turn left, right, and go outside, and it’s there.” “It’s just around the corner. Behind the restaurant.” When you search the name of the speakeasy, it tells you to go to a restaurant that doesn’t exist. There’s a sign but it’s not a restaurant. When you finally find the restaurant sign, you only hear the music inside the speakeasy. The menu was great! All classic cocktails but they were categorized in “Golden Age” “Prohibition” “Repeal” and “Renaissance”. When I saw the New York Sour on the menu, I had to get one because who doesn’t want to see a foamy layered cocktail?! Unfortunately, what I got was a foamy purple cocktail with no red wine layer. You would think it’s going to be a legit New York Sour especially when it’s the highest priced cocktail on the menu. And don’t tell me “But it’s going to taste the same”. That’s not the point! With or without the foam, the red wine LAYER is what makes a New York Sour a New Your Sour, in my book. Disappointed. Like they didn’t even try… So, I made one myself because it was bothering me that much. *Cue the sound* “THIS…is what I wanted, ok? The New York Sour?! And this is what I got 😭😭😭” You already know what is in the New York Sour. Just add the LAYER of red wine to a whiskey sour. P.S. I also got a Sazerac there… and it was served on the 2” cube. It’s ok, I’m more upset about the New York Sour. Ingredients: - Two Eagles Prospect Reserve Whiskey - Lemon Juice Instructions: Dry shake everything except for the red wine. Wet shake. Double strain into a glass. Carefully float the red wine (the barspoon will help). Garnish with a maraschino cherry. Enjoy! Essentials,Spirit Forward,Sours,Layered