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Amaretto sour
Amaretto sour

Amaretto sour

Almond liqueur (amaretto-like) + Lemon juice
Difficulty Level
Type of glass
Old-fashioned glass
Ice strainer, Shaker
  • 45 ml (1 1/2 oz.) almond liqueur
  • 15 ml (1/2 oz.) fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp. granulated sugar
  • Sugar for glass
  • Ice cubes
  • A half lime slice
In a shaker

Rim an old-fashioned glass with granulated sugar.

Combine the almond liqueur, lemon juice and granulated sugar in a shaker filled with ice cubes.

Shake vigorously 8 to 10 seconds.

Strain into an old-fashioned glass containing a few ice cubes using an ice strainer.

Garnish with half lime slice.


Pro tip

For something a little different, try using 30 ml (1 oz.) of Rose’s Lime Cordial instead of the lemon juice and sugar.


Did you know

A member of the sour family, the Amaretto Sour is famed for its sweet and sour taste, which is enhanced with a touch of almond. Sours made their debut in The Bartender's Guide, the world’s first-ever cocktail book. Published in 1862, this handbook was written by Jerry Thomas, who is considered the father of the cocktail.

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