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Saskatoon Berry Bourbon Sour Recipe By Lionel & Hetta

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Especially in December, we like to indulge in the odd pre-dinner cocktail, and Bourbon Sours are a definite favourite! We’re sure you will love this Saskatoon Berry Bourbon Sour recipe.

A cozy Christmas cocktail

This recipe calls for Saskatoon Berry syrup, which can be found locally. Since it’s being used in a cocktail, I like to look for something with a thinner consistency. Or, if you’re willing to take a little extra time, you can easily whip up a batch of Saskatoon Berry simple syrup yourself. Just follow the regular process for simple syrup, continue to simmer the mixture with approximately 1 cup of berries for about 15 minutes, and finish with a squeeze of lemon. This could also be done with different types of berries if you’re interested in experimenting with new flavours!

Per Cocktail

1 1/2 oz. Bourbon
1 Large Egg White
1 oz. Lemon Juice
3/4-1 oz. Saskatoon Berry Syrup
2-3 Dashes of Bitters
Rosemary for garnish

Using a cocktail shaker filled roughly halfway with ice, pour in all of the ingredients, and shake vigorously for about 15 seconds (you can reserve the bitters to make a design on the egg whites, but with the colour of this beverage, I choose to incorporate them). Strain the cocktail into your glass, and garnish with a sprig of rosemary!

Make it a cozy mocktail by substituting the bourbon with 2oz of steeped and chilled chai tea

Be sure to share this Saskatoon Berry Bourbon Sour recipe with your friends and family!

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The Author
Alexandra Doyscher is a food photographer, visual storyteller, and the creator of Lionel & Hetta – an online space dedicated to her love for dining and gathering. Inspired by her roots, Alex finds passion and inspiration in the simple daily acts that make us who we are. Based on her grandparents and the nourishing lifestyle they passed down through her mother, her blog is a place meant to inspire creation and intention through the wondrous journey in the kitchen.

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