Frisky Sours

Frisky Sours

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Frisky Sours

The name of this cocktail says it all. Light the tahiti lamps and sip this delicious, cool, drink.  Frisky Sours are made with lemonade concentrate, grapefruit concentrate, whiskey, water and crushed ice. A lip-smacking, icy cocktail to cool you off in the summertime heat. Enjoy a cocktail or two while sitting in a lounge chair..on the deck…watching the summer sunset.


One Sip

Close your eyes and take a sip of this refreshing drink. Let the bees buzz around your head and listen to the sounds of summer. Living in Wisconsin, we like to spend as much time as possible sitting outside during the summer months. Always in the back of our mind are those cold, snowy days just ahead. Make Frisky Sours and take a small sip of summer.

Whiskey Sour

Frisky Sours are more on the tropical side. Made with lemonade and grapefruit juice. A whiskey sour is made with 2 shots of whiskey, poured over ice in a tumbler glass. Enough ‘sour’ is added to the glass and your cocktail is ready. Typically a whiskey sour doesn’t come with s garnish:) Where I’m from a whiskey sour is made with 50/50 and a whiskey sweet is made with Sprite or 7-Up.


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Frisky Sours
Prep Time
15 mins

Super delicious Cocktail!

Course: Beverage
Cuisine: All-American
Keyword: whiskey
Servings: 6 servings
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen lemonade concentrate thawed
  • 2/3 cup frozen grapefruit juice concentrate thawed
  • 3 cups whiskey
  • 3 cups water
  • crushed ice
  • grenadine syrup
  1. In a blender container, combine juice concentrates, whiskey and water.
  2. Cover and blend until frothy.
  3. Pour over ice in tall glasses.
  4. Top each drink with 4 drops of grenadine syrup.

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For this recipe we used Old Orchard Frozen Concentrate

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