You can make innumerable sours using this formula, and just about all of them will be pretty good. From there, you can experiment.
A prohibition-era cocktail with a heavy dose of honey and
The French brandy brings a completely different set of flavors to the drink than rye does. A lot more fruit notes, a lot less wood and spice.
Real pomegranate grenadine will produce the best results.
Bitters are floated atop the foamy head as a garnish.
Rim the glass with chipotle salt instead of just salt. This adds a nice heat that really works well with the citrusy drink.
This Valentine's Day sidestep your usual go-to and mix up something special.
It’s a lovely sipping drink, and I recommend it highly.
The real key here is to use enough rum and other ingredients so that you still have a rich, flavorful drink after adding the hot water.