Corona Whiskey Sour

Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.

Corona Whiskey Sour

For this drink, I knew we didn’t want to go the easy route and just go with a Beer-rita (or Coron-rita, or whatever they’re calling those things these days).

Starting with Corona, I thought, “OK, this usually has lime. We’re going to need some citrus. What else has citrus?”

The choice was clear: the Whisky Sour — well, the Whisky Sour, modified and tweaked. Then turn it into a Collins by adding fizz, but instead of club soda fizz, we get that fizz from a Corona!

That’s just what we did, starting with our whisky (fine, technically we went bourbon) base, adding a splash of sweet, some lemon, some lime and finished off with beer.

How does it taste? Honestly, we were both shocked with how refreshing it is. Beyond just refreshing, it’s alarmingly easy to drink a few too many of these. The lightness of the Corona compliments the earthiness of the whisky, while the lemon and lime tie them all together in a flavorful sensation.

Corona Whiskey Sour
 
Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.
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Recipe Type: Cocktail
Serves: 1 drink
Ingredients
  • 2 OZ. WHISKY (OR BOURBON, WE WENT BOURBON)
  • ¾ OZ. LEMON JUICE
  • ¾ OZ. LIME JUICE
  • ½ OZ. SIMPLE SYRUP (50/50 SUGAR AND WATER)
  • CORONA (OR ANY LIGHT BEER?
  • GLASS TYPE: MASON JAR (OF COURSE)
Instructions
  1. Add whisky, lemon juice, lime juice and simple syrup to your shaker with ice.
  2. Shake.
  3. Pour into your mason jar.
  4. Add extra ice.
  5. Top with Corona.
  6. Garnish with lime wedge.

 

Morgan Greenhalgh

Morgan Greenhalgh

Hi there, I’m Morgan! Pleasure to meet you. Behind the camera, that’s Alice. She’s the strong, quiet type. After a lifetime of love with food, drinks and everything related, we got tired of people asking us “What should I drink this weekend?” Using the power of my English degree (and bartending-certified experience) and her mean photography abilities, we decided to let everyone online know what we're drinking this weekend so they could join in with us! Cheers!

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