Grapefruit Whiskey Sour

Grapefruit Sour ~ A whiskey sour  remixed for a summer twist.

Grapefruit Whiskey Sour

Grapefruit Whiskey Sour

I know its been kind of light on the baking this last week. But I’ve been working on a personal project that has consumed most my free time. Luckily, I’m at the end of it. With that, I wanted to experiment with one of my favorite drinks, a whiskey sour, with some grapefruit. I have to say, it’s really good and quite refreshing.

. . . Oh, and don’t worry fully loaded sugar baking will be back this week. I’ve got truffles, cupcakes, ice cream and pocket pies on stick coming this week.

Grapefruit Sour

Serves 1


  • 1 ounce fresh grapefruit juice
  • 1 ounce sugar
  • 2 ounces Irish whiskey


1.Place grapefruit juice, sugar and whiskey over ice in a shaker and shake to combine. Strain over glass.. Add whiskey and stir to combine.

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  1. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonMindi Koopmans says

    The 1929 Ruby Red patent was associated with real commercial success, which came after the discovery of a red grapefruit growing on a pink variety. Only with the introduction of the Ruby Red did the grapefruit transform into a real agricultural success.^

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  2. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonEmery Lubbs says

    If you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or high trigylcerides, grapefruit has been found to reduce the effects of these conditions.So which is better yellow or red grapefruit? Well, in a study made where people who had a history of high cholesterol, those that ate the red grapefruit had the most effect in lower their blood pressure. The yellow also lowered blood pressure but not as much as the red grapefruit.;.

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