It's a great drink but I'll have to change a few ingredients next time. DH found it too sweet. So maybe I would use less marashino cherry juice. But I liked it. It was very refreshing. Thanks Chef PotPie :) Made for PAC Spring 2012
Way too sweet for my hubby and me. Tried it without cherry juice and it got a little better. But still Sweet. Ended up Adding more Lemon juice. Still Found best and easiest whiskey sour recipe that is 40 Years old-put in blender: 1 can frozen undiluted lemonade, fill the empty can with 1 can water, then fill Can again with 1 can KY bourbon. Blend until dissolved. Pour over ice and add cherry. Easy and delicious.
Mmmmmmmmm this is fabulous! Also a little dangerous because it is so easy to drink I will be tipsy very quick LOL I love the hint of cherry. This is definitely the best whiskey sour I've made. Thanks for sharing!
Whew-wee this was strong, sour strong but oh-oh so good. After a couple of these I was good for the night. This recipe is a keeper.
Great drink. Im not much of a whiskey lover, I only drink it once in awhile. But I did like this whiskey sour. Im a sweet and sour lover so this was very refreshing for me. I loved how adding in the cherry juice to the sweet n sour mix gave it a great added flavor. I only added 1/4 cup of water to make it a little more sweet and not to dilute it so much. Thanks for the recipe! I surely will make again.
Whew - this drink is soooo good! The fresh lemon juice really makes this special. Refreshing, tasty - just great - thanks for posting your recipe! Made for Spring PAC 2010
Yum! Easy to make and beautiful presentation.
Today was THE day to try this Whiskey Sour recipe. When we have a drink it is almost always a Margarita but this drink might just change that. Cheers!
Whiskey Sour is one of my husbands very favorite mixed drinks. I made this for him today, and he says that it is indeed the best whiskey sour he has ever had!!! Thanks Chef PotPie!
Woo-eey! Absolutely great. I loved the taste of the fresh lemon mixed with the delicious marachino cherries. I didn't even use a name brand whiskey, and it was still really good. I stirred up the sour mix and refrigerated it until the next day, and then preparation was even easier.