Spiced Whiskey Sour
This Spiced Whiskey Sour uses a variety of spices to add great depth of flavor to the more traditional whiskey sour. The nutmeg is sweet, the cinnamon is spicy, and the cayenne adds heat to the drink; all together they make for a well-rounded medley of spices that complement this tart whiskey concoction.
2 shots of Revel Stoke Spiced Canadian Whiskey
2 shots club soda
1 shot lemon juice
1 tbsp honey (local honey from a small supplier is best, we love the honey sold by Indian Creek Nature Center, if you visit the center on a Saturday afternoon you can watch the beekeeper harvest the honey.)
1 pinch (1/16th tsp) powdered cinnamon
1 smidgen (1/32nd tsp) powdered nutmeg
1/2 smidgen (1/64th tsp) powdered cayenne pepper
Cinnamon stick and maraschino cherry for garnish
In a glass or beaker mix the whiskey, club soda, lemon juice, and honey. Making sure to stir well so that the honey dissolves, it is important to do this without any ice, otherwise the honey will get too cold and harden. Once the honey is dissolved, stir in the cinnamon, nutmeg, and cayenne. Now fill an Old Fashioned glass 3/4ths full with ice. Pour the drink mixture slowly over the ice. Garnish with cinnamon stick and maraschino cherry, serve immediately.
Yields enough for two Old Fashioned glasses.
Because this Spiced Whiskey Sour uses honey instead of homemade simple syrup no electrical appliances (like the stove top) are needed to create it, making this the perfect drink for when the electricity goes out.
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This looks like great fun! And scrumptiously potent 😛 x
Yeah, it is both!
This looks amazing. I’m totally trying this.
It is really good, also check out our Spiced Mint Julep post, it is soooo good. My husband and I both got colds over the holidays because we made the recipe so many times trying to perfect it. A lesson to all, don’t drink Mint Juleps 4 nights in a row in the middle of winter. Let me know how you like the recipe, and if you have any suggestions!