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What’s in an amaretto sour?
This perfect Amaretto Sour recipe was created by bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler in 2012. Morgenthaler’s improved recipe adds high proof bourbon, fresh lemon juice, and an egg white, brightening and balancing this popular (but often too sweet) ’70s-era drink.
How to drink amaretto with simple syrup?
Pour the Amaretto, simple syrup, and lemon juice into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a glass filled with ice. Garnish with an orange slice and a cherry. (Want to take the classic Amaretto sour up a notch? We turned the beverage into a boozy slushy perfect for spring and summer.
Can I substitute Amaretto for sour mix?
The classic Amaretto Sour recipe calls for fresh juice and simple syrup, but a sour mix can be substituted in a pinch. You can make individual Amaretto Sours, pre-batch them for a party, or make a punch bowl for a larger group. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add amaretto, simple syrup, and fresh lemon juice.
What is the alcohol content of Amaretto liqueur?
Amaretto averages about 20% alcohol, which is typical for a liqueur. For comparison, that is about half as strong as the average bottle of whiskey. Contrary to what many believe, Amaretto is not a potent, high alcohol liqueur (like green Chartreuse, for example, at 55%.).