Blushing Blackberry Whiskey Sour Recipes

Want to serve elegant and exquisite looking cocktail? With the vibrant color that a blackberry emits together with its sweet flavor, this combination will definitely give a stylish yet sumptuous drink. 

Infuse it with strong bourbon Whiskey and light citrus essence of lemon with the addition of carbonated or sparkling drink, you will undeniably produce an elegant and exquisite cocktail!

1.Blackberry Bourbon Smash 

Ingredients 

Preparation:

  1. Using a saucer, mix sugar and lime zest then rim the edge of the glass with it. Set aside. 
  2. Put the blackberries, mint lemon juice and honey in a shaker and smash them using a muddle stick to release its juices. 
  3. Add bourbon and shake. 
  4. Pour the mixture in the rimmed glass with ice. 
  5. Top it off with ginger ale. Garnish with mint leaves. 
  6. Serve and enjoy! 

2.Bourbon & Blackberry Lemonade 

Ingredients:

 Preparations:

  1. In a saucepan, put water sugar and fresh blackberries. Bring to boil for 30 mins. 
  2. Remove from heat and use a strainer to strain the juices. Let it cool. 
  3. Use a Shaker to mix all ingredients properly. 
  4. Pour into your chosen glass fill with ice. 
  5. Top off with club soda. 
  6. Enjoy! 

3. Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade Cocktail 

Ingredients:

Preparations:

  1. In a rocks glass with ice, put bourbon, lemon juice, blackberry puree, simple syrup sparkling wine and bitters in. 
  2. Mix thoroughly. 
  3. Garnish with mint leaves and a twist of lemon peel. 

Know Your Ingredients 

  • Blackberry - a Berry which is used in cocktails and cooking
  • Lemon - yellow citrus fruit used in cooking and making cocktails
  • Bourbon - distilled alcoholic beverage made from corn 

Bar Accessories 

  • Muddle Stick- used to smash ingredients to release its juices 
  •  Rocks Glass - also known as an old fashioned glass 
  • Shaker - used to mix ingredients properly 

Enjoy! 

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