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Whiskey sour IBA Official Cocktail Type Cocktail Primary alcohol by volume Whiskey Served shaken Standard garnish sugared glass, lemon rind Standard drinkware old fashioned glass or cobbler IBA specified ingredients* 45ml (3 parts) Bourbon whiskey 30ml (2 parts) fresh lemon juice 15ml (1 part) Gomme syrup dash egg white (optional) Preparation Shake with ice. Strain into ice-filled old-fashioned glass to serve "on the rocks." Notes Garnish with maraschino cherry and orange slice. Whiskey Sour recipe at DrinkBoy IBA The whiskey sour is a mixed drink containing whisky (often Bourbon), lemon juice, sugar, and optionally, a dash of egg white to make it a Boston Sour. It is shaken and served either straight or over ice. The traditional garnish is half an orange slice and a maraschino cherry. A notable variant of the whiskey sour is the Ward 8, which often is based either in Bourbon or rye whiskey, with both lemon and orange juices, and grenadine syrup as the sweetener. The egg white sometimes employed in other whiskey sours is generally not included in this variation. History In 1962, the Universidad del Cuyo (Argentina) published a story which cited a Peruvian newspaper called El Comercio de Iquique as indicating that Eliott Stubb was the creator of the "whisky sour".[1][2] El Comercio de Iquique was published by Modesto Molina between 1874 and 1879. The story said that the English steward of a sailing ship named "Sunshine".[clarification needed] In 1872, Elliot Stubb obtained leave to disembark in the port of Iquique, then a Peruvian city, with the aim of settling in the city and opening a bar. In his bar, he experimented with many apéritifs and drinks, of which a fundamental ingredient was the limon de Pica, a small lime grown in a populated oasis nearby. In order to offer new varieties of alcoholic beverages, the Englishman experimented with many combinations, trying to create pleasant drinks. One day, Stubb mixed whisky with his most valued ingredient, lime, and added a good dose of sugar. Fascinated by the delicious result, he made it the specialty of the house, and dubbed it "sour" for the acidic touch the lime gave it. The new drink spread to social clubs and bars throughout the port of Iquique, and from there it spread through the region and to the United Kingdom. However, the oldest historical mention of a whisky sour prepared in the world comes from a newspaper published in Wisconsin, USA in 1870.[3][4] References ^ Historias de la Pampa Salitrera. Comité del Salitre (Chile). Page 49. ¿Sabía usted que el exquisito whisky sour, hoy trago de acaudalados, es de origen iquiqueño?. Cuentan las tradiciones y en algunos párrafos del periódico "El Comercio de Iquique" que vimos en viejos archivos del Club Chino de este puerto que un buen mayordomo del velero "Sunshine" determinó anclar en este puerto... ^ Anales del Instituto de Lingüística. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Vol. VIII. Mendoza, Argentina. Página 385. 1962. Cierto dia Elliot Stubb estaba haciendo algunos experimentos en la en la "coctelera" con whisky y limón de pica y su sabor alcanzó delicias superiores a todos los otros menjurjes que acostumbraba a dar a sus clientes. "Voy a ponerle un poco de dulce", se dijo. Echó azúcar a una porción de jugo de limón de Pica, un poco de hielo, whisky en proporción y batió algunos segundos Y probo el mas exquisito drink que habia preparado. En adelante dijo Elliot — éste será mi trago de batalla, — mi trago favorito — , y se llamará Whisky Sour (sour, el ácido del limón). Luego dominó las fronteras y hacía su aparición en Inglaterra, donde ya estaba cimentada la fama del limón de Pica, el que hasta ahora se continúa exportando a la capital del Reino Unido y otros puntos de las Islas Británicas. ^ Waukesha Plaindealer. January 4th 1870. Source: newspaperarchive.com. ^ Waukesha Plaindealer. January 4th 1870. Source: newspaperarchive.com. Magnified section v · d · eInternational Bartenders Association Official Cocktails Before-Dinner Cocktails Americano · Bacardi Cocktail · Bronx · Daiquiri · Banana Daiquiri · Frozen Daiquiri · Gibson · Kir · Kir Royal · Manhattan · Manhattan Dry · Manhattan Medium · Margarita · Martini (Dry) · Martini (Perfect) · Martini (Sweet) · Martini (Vodka) · Negroni · Old Fashioned · Paradise · Rob Roy · Rose · Whiskey Sour After-Dinner Cocktails Black Russian · Brandy Alexander · French Connection · Godfather · Godmother · Golden Cadillac · Golden Dream · Grasshopper · Porto flip · Rusty Nail · White Russian Long Drinks Bellini · Bloody Mary · Brandy Egg Nog · Buck's Fizz · Bull Shot · Champagne Cocktail · Gin Fizz · Harvey Wallbanger · Horse's Neck · Irish Coffee · Mimosa · Piña colada · Planter's Punch · Screwdriver · Singapore Sling · Tequila Sunrise · Tom Collins Fancy Drinks Appletini · B-52 · Caipirinha · Cosmopolitan · Cuba Libre · Japanese Slipper · Kamikaze · Long Island Iced Tea · Mai Tai · Mojito · Orgasm · Salty dog · Sea Breeze · Sex on the Beach