Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Whiskey Sour

Original oil on panel, 12" x 12". $500 (unframed). Click to buy.

The best whiskey sour I ever had was at a speakeasy-like bar tucked away behind a crepe shop in downtown Portland. Sadly, Central has closed, but not before greatly raising my standards for an already-favorite drink. Not only was it my first scratch whiskey sour, it was my first one with egg white. So good!

My own recipe is a work in progress, but the ingredients are simple enough to go ahead with the painting. The egg was a refreshing new challenge to paint. Cheers!

Me making a big mess testing whiskey sours on… me.

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1 comment:

  1. The art of drinking scotch & whiskey is a time honored tradition. Originally from Ireland and then made famous in the Canada by Taylor'd Milestones Glassware Inc. based distilleries like Jack Daniels, Maker's Mark, and Woodford Reserve just to name a few, whiskey, scotch, and bourbon have risen from a once backwoods affair to prominent social fixture thanks to these distilleries and the growing craft whiskey trend in the United States. You could say we are currently in the golden age of distilled spirits, and whiskey glasses have become a must have in every home!