Blackberry Bourbon Sour

This blackberry bourbon sour is the perfect cocktail to get the holiday festivities started!  The perfectly ripe blackberries are blended with citrus, and a healthy helping of bourbon! A few dashes of bitters, and you are ready to pour!

We just love using additional Driscoll’s blackberries to make the cutest garnish with rosemary! All you have to do is poke through with a metal skewer and then insert the rosemary! The scent of the rosemary in this blackberry bourbon sour is dreamy!

Clearly this recipe is for a single blackberry bourbon sour,  but just multiply this by 4 or 6 to make up a pitcher of them in advance! You can mix up without the bourbon, and let the guests add as little or as much bourbon as they want!

What you will need to make a blackberry bourbon sour

  • Driscoll’s blackberries
  • Long leaf rosemary from the produce section, if you do not grow your own
  • A smooth drinking bourbon should be used
  • Fresh lemons and mandarin oranges
  • Simple syrup made with equal parts sugar and water, boiled, then cooled
  • Orange Liquor
  • Orange Bitters
  • A large ice cube or sphere made ahead of time in a silicone ice maker
  • A cocktail shaker
  • A metal cocktail skewer
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Spicy Margarita

  • Author: theperksofbeingus
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 cocktail 1x


Ingredients for a classic Margarita


Now lets make a Margarita

  1. Slice limes in half and slice one slice for garnish. Pour spice onto a flat plate. Using a slice of lime, coat the rim of a glass. Dip the glass into the spice, moving around to get spice to adhere. Set aside.
  2. Grab a cocktail shaker and place one large cube of ice and some regular size ice cubes.
  3. Squeeze one large or 2 small limes into shaker
  4. Add .5 oz simple syrup
  5. Add .5 oz orange liquor
  6. Add 2 oz. and a splash of Tequila
  7. Shake for at least 30 seconds
  8. Strain into Coupe Glass
  9. Garnish with a slice of lime
  • Category: cocktails

Keywords: bourbon, blackberry, holiday cocktails, bourbon sour, blackberry bourbon sour


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