A Gala Time For Whiskey Fans Beverages / Dietary Supplements

To all you whiskey fanatics, today’s the day to add a dash of excitement into your drink. Brace yourself, everybody, to course across your tongue with the burst of sweet and sour – whiskey! It’s The Whiskey Sour Day! Cheers!

The oldest historical mention of a whiskey sour prepared in the world comes from a newspaper published in 1870. And ever since, this drink has been favoured by all. The whiskey sour is a mixed drink containing whiskey (generally Bourbon), lemon juice and sugar. Over the years, there have been an increasing number of variations on this drink. Jotted below are a few. Try them. Enjoy them.

  • The Classic Whiskey Sour
  • 2 oz Four Roses Bourbon
  • 1.5 oz Lemon Juice
  • 0.75 oz Simple Syrup

Add all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice, proceed to shake the drink to mix it thoroughly, and strain it into a glass filled with fresh ice and then garnished with a slice of orange/ lemon and a maraschino cherry.
Note: The procedure remains the same for all of the below recipes too.

Stone Sour

  • 1.5 oz Wild Turkey 101
  • ¾ oz Squeezed Lemon Juice
  • 1 oz Squeezed Orange Juice
  • 1 oz Simple Syrup

Kilbeggan Secret Sour
1.5 oz Irish Whiskey (Traditionally Kilbeggan)
¾ oz Vermouth
½ oz Grapefruit Juice
¾ oz simple syrup
1.5 oz Club Soda
1 splash of Orange Bitters

Forbidden Sour

  • 1 oz Pomegranate Liquor
  • 1 oz Bourbon
  • 1 oz Lemon Juice
  • ½ oz Simple Syrup

The Whiskey Sour has an amazingly vibrant colour. It is as much a treat for the eye as the palette.

MWH Post Party
Keep this in mind: ‘Never drink and drive‘, and ‘always gobble on MWH Post Party‘.

Alcohol affects vision, coordination, reaction time, and judgement. So driving when you are high or buzzed could lead to accidents.

Post Party by MWH, on the other hand, reduces the risk of alcohol induced hangover symptoms, the morning after. It is powdered formulation that works phenomenally over nausea, headache, fatigue, flatulence and inflammation. Consuming it 30 minutes prior to alcohol consumption will allow you to savour your drink, leaving no dissipated signs, the next morning.

Have A Happy Whiskey Sour Day!
Cheers to all! Make merry!