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Cocktail Friday: Classic Bourbon Sour with Orange Bitters | Set the Table

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* * * * * Whiskey Sour -- // 2 oz. bourbon / 1 oz. fresh lemon juice / ¾ oz. simple syrup / one egg white / Angostura bitters // Shake bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and eggwhite with ice and strain into glass. Tap glass bottom to disperse air bubbles and garnish with 4 drops Angostura bitters and swirl. - I LOVE whiskey sours..

Satsuma Bourbon Sour: Ingredients ― 4 oz freshly squeezed Satsuma or tangerine juice; 1 oz freshly squeezed meyer lemon juice; 2 oz Bourbon; splash of Clementine soda. Instructions ― Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake, pour into a cocktail glass, and serve.

Lemon Verbena Whiskey Sour from A Thought For Food

"The Best" Amaretto Sour --// 1½ oz amaretto / ¾ oz cask-proof bourbon / 1 oz lemon juice / 1 tsp. 2:1 simple syrup / ½ oz egg white, beaten / // Dry shake ingredients to combine, then shake well with cracked ice. Strain over fresh ice in an old fashioned glass. Garnish with lemon peel and brandied cherries, if desired.

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Kate Miss' Maple Sour | whiskey or bourbon (I prefer Makers Mark or Knob Creek), Meyer lemon, maple syrup

Portland bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler puts a delicious twist on the classic Amaretto Sour with the addition of bourbon, rich simple syrup and egg white. #ImbibePNW Photo: Stuart Mullenberg