Mixology Monday With The Leveretts - Chocolate Covered Cherry Whiskey Sour

June 06, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

Hey there!

It's no secret we love bourbon and we love whiskey sours! Here's another sour to add to the collection. We were gifted a bottle of Knob Creek Bourbon Whiskey by one of Frank's cousins (Thank you!). We decided to infuse it with cocoa nibs similar to what we done in the past (see here). If you you are short on time, or do not want to infuse your own whiskey, we recommend purchasing a whiskey like, Ballotin Chocolate Whiskey. In any event, we hope you enjoy! As always, if you make any of our drinks, take a picture and share them with us online! Instagram ---> @staynfocusimages 


This recipe makes  1 drink. Let's get started!

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Here's what you need:

For Garnish
1 Cherry
1 Pinch Cocoa Nibs

 

For Drink
1.25 oz. Kentucky Bourbon (We recommend a chocolate infused whiskey like Ballotin Chocolate Whiskey)
.5 oz. Disaronno Amaretto,
4-6 Dashes Angostura Coco Bitters
1 Pinch Cocoa Nibs
1 oz.  Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
~.5 oz. Simple Syrup
~.25 oz Luxardo Cherry Liqueur
 4 Cherries
1 Egg White

You'll also need a shaker cup, ice, strainer and a Nick/Nora coupe glass. 

 

Let's Make the Drink:

  1.  In your shaker cup add and muddle:

    • Cherries (~4)

    • Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice (1 oz.)

  2. Once muddled well, add:

    • Add bitters

    • Pinch of cocoa nibs

    • Add egg white

  3. Dry shake for 20-30 seconds

  4. Add remaining ingredients

    • Ice
    • Chocolate Infused Bourbon Whiskey (1.25 oz.)
    • Amaretto (.5 oz.)
    • Simple Syrup (~.5 oz or 10 ml)
    • Luxardo Liqueur (~.25 oz or 5 ml)
  5. Shake vigorously an additional 15 to 20 seconds,
  6. Double strain into a Nick/Nora coupe glass
  7. Garnish with fresh cherry & remaining pinch of cocoa nibs
  8. Enjoy!!

 

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"When better cherries are not to be had,
We needs must take the seeming best of bad."

-Samuel Daniel

 

 


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