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Article: Frothy Whiskey Sour Recipe

Frothy Whiskey Sour Recipe

Elevated Mixers Whiskey Sour

The Whiskey Sour is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed for centuries. With the first literary mention being in 1862. The traditional Whiskey Sour is made with whiskey, lemon juice, egg white, and simple syrup; and it is served either shaken and strained or on the rocks.

At Elevated Mixers, we have created our own take on the Whiskey Sour using our Classic Sour mixer. Our Classic Sour has been masterfully crafted to mix well with virtually anything, and it even includes an organic frothing agent that replicates the frothy sensation of egg white. This means you can enjoy all the flavors of a traditional Whiskey Sour without the hassle of separating egg whites or sacrificing any of the creamy texture.

Elevated Mixers Classic Sour
Preferred Spirit (Bourbon, Brandy, Rum, etc)
Garnish: Cherry and Orange Wheel



  1. Measure 1.5 oz of Elevated Mixers Classic Sour and pour into a cocktail shaker (do NOT add ice to shaker, yet)
  2. Measure 1.5 oz of your preferred spirit and pour into a cocktail shaker
  3. 'Dry shake' (shake hard with no ice - this creates froth)
  4. Add ice to cocktail shaker and shake again, until thoroughly chilled
  5. Strain into preferred glass (typically coupe or rocks glass)
  6. Enjoy!


* Try experimenting with different spirits and garnishes to find your favorite way to enjoy a Classic Sour.

For example: Classic Sour mixed with Bourbon and garnished with rosemary or mixed with Mezcal and garnish with a dehydrated orange wheel

ProTip: To get even more froth add the 'spring' of a Hawthorne strainer or a shaker/whisk ball to the cocktail shaker while performing the dry shake.


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