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  • Spring

    Tool Box

    • Mixing glass
    • Tin
    • Strainer
    • Muddler
    • Knife
    • Cocktail glass

    Papaya Pisco Sour

    Pairs wonderfully with Latin cuisine and spicy appetizers.

    • 3 papaya cubes
    • Juice of 1 pressed lime
    • 1 ounce Simple Syrup
    • 2 ounces pisco brandy
    • Splash of pasteurized egg white (look for small cartons of pasteurized egg white in the dairy section)
    • Angostura bitters

    In mixing glass, muddle papaya cubes and lime juice. Add Simple Syrup, pisco brandy, and egg white. Add ice to tin. Shake hard. Strain into cocktail glass.

    Garnish with 3 drops Angostura bitters.

    The Pisco Sour is the national drink of Chile and Peru, and which country the drink actually originated in is the subject of much dispute. Pisco is a brandy made from the grapes grown in the wine-producing areas of both countries.

    Spring

    Tool Box

    • Mixing glass
    • Tin
    • Strainer
    • Muddler
    • Knife
    • Cocktail glass

Copyright © 2008, 2014 by Bridget Albert, Mary Barranco All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without express written permission from the publisher. Cocktail photographs copyright © 2008 by Tim Turner. Author photographs by Larry Fox.

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