Pineapple Whiskey Sour Recipe

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"Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?". We all know who did! It's in his pineapple house most of the fun stuff happens in the story. Amazing how one fruit can be so famous, even on a kid's show it's playing a vital role! 

True enough pineapple is a very influential fruit, in terms of cookery and mixology, it has been a key ingredient to thirst-quencher drinks and mouth watering dishes. 

Whether it is eaten fresh, grilled, broiled, sautéed, juiced and even as a topping on a pizza! Pineapple is so versatile we can put it on anything. 

In cocktails, the sweet and refreshing taste of pineapple adds flavor and punch in every drink. It gives a soothing taste that balances the bitterness of an alcoholic spirit and infuses flavors that complement the entire drink. 

Did you know?
Pineapple ripens fast when upside down.
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Pineapple Whiskey Sour Ingredients:

Pineapple Whiskey Sour Preparation:

  • In a shaker, put Haig Club, pineapple juice, lemon juice, and bitters together with ice then shake. 
  • Use a strainer and transfer the mixture in a chilled glass.
  • Garnish with lemon wedges if desired. 

Did you know? 
Tripura in India declared pineapple as their state fruit!
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The Rise in Fame

Pineapple whiskey sour drink has been in the spotlight for the last decade in the "Evergreen State", Washington, and other areas in the US such as Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New York. Outside the country, it's making its name known in Canada, Australia and UK. 

The Perfect Pair

For food, pineapple whiskey sour can be paired with a lot of dishes. With its light sweet tangy flavor goes well with salmon, as well as shrimp and mussels. With red meat, try pork or veal to enhance its flavor. For sweets, experiment on macaroons, creme brulee and fruit tarts.

Enjoy your day with a glass of pineapple whiskey sour. Cheers! 

Check various Moscow Mules using Pineapples here.


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