During this mixology class we made custom craft cocktails created by Mobile Cocktails ATL. In this video I'm teaching one of my guests how to make and pour this drink.
Here were are doing a mixology course for one of our corporate clients. You can see the other guests were really getting into it. This was a great group and a lot of fun. Here's the ingredients and preparation notes.
Pisco Sour - In a coupe glass
2 oz. Pisco, ¾ oz. of simple syrup, ¾ oz of lime juice, egg white, Angostura bitters
Add ice and water to the cup to quick chill it. In your shaker add all the ingredients except for the bitters WITHOUT ICE, “dry shake” the ingredients very vigorously for ten seconds. (your goal is to emulsify the egg white) “break open the shaker” and add ice as if making a martini, dump the ice and water from the glass and pour the contents over a strainer into the glass. Drop four or five drops of bitters into the glass. (bitters are used for aromatics and not necessarily for taste so they should be suspended in the egg froth) Finally run a straw through the bitters making a fancy / signature design. (the fresher the eggs the more congealed the whites will be and this is preferred)
This is also a pre or post dinner drink, it is a true classic found in fancy restaurants all over the world. Pisco is a Peruvian alcohol. Sours are more often done with whiskey or vodka.
My name is Derek Behning, I want to pour a beer or cocktail for every person in Atlanta. I have been in love with the hospitality industry since I was 16 in every regard.