A traditional Cypriot cocktail, this refreshing long drink will leave you reminiscing of hot summer holidays. The brandy gives a smooth and warming finish.
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Recipe originally published 13/02/2016
The Brandy Sour is believed to have been created in the late 19th or early 20th century by a bartender named Haralambos (Bambos) Yiannouzis, who worked at the Forest Park Hotel in the town of Limassol. The original recipe called for Cyprus brandy, which was a popular local spirit made from the Xynisteri grape.
We really enjoyed this drink.
This Brandy Sour is a longer version of the traditional cocktail and skips the egg whites
STRENGTH: 3/5 | SWEETNESS: 1/5 | DIFFICULTY: EASY
Fill your glass with ice
Pour in the ingredients, and stir gently
The cocktail bible specifically states not to omit the egg white in this recipe.