Confessions of a Mixologist: Refreshing Apricot Pisco Sour Cocktail Recipe
Here's a fun and fruity twist on the classic Pisco Sour. The traditionally fresh foundation of pisco and citrus is amped by apricot liqueur, adding an additional layer of fruit flavor. Egg white is essential to the experience; if you're intimidated, watch this quick tutorial. It's easier than you think.
Apricot Pisco Sour
Dry shake, wet shake and serve in a chilled coupe.
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