National Whiskey Sour Day
National Whiskey Sour Day is celebrated on August 25 of every year. Sometimes, a celebration doesn’t need any reason and so the National Whiskey Sour Day. Booze up as to reduce the hotness you feel during the summer with a glass of Whiskey Sour. Feel the cold with every sip of Whiskey Sour. The liqueur lovers have got yet another day to make the celebration more joyfully with the National Whiskey Sour Day.
“The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whiskey. By diligent effort, I learned to like it.” – Winston Churchill
History of National Whiskey Sour Day
The origin and history of National Whiskey Sour Day are unknown. The Whiskey Sour’s origin dates back to over a century ago. The Whiskey Sour has a history which had first appeared in print in Jerry Thomas 1862 book, named The Bon Vivant’s Companion or How to Mix Drinks. The Whisky Sour is a classic cocktail drink that has an excellent pedigree. In the year 1890, a Wisconsin Newspaper had first introduced it. Any sour drink contains a base spirit or liqueur, lime or lemon juice, along with a non-alcoholic sweetener. The Whiskey Sour is a mixture of drink that contains whiskey (Bourbon), sugar and citrus (lemon juice). It is garnished traditionally with half an orange and a maraschino cherry. Whiskey sours need to be shaken then served it straight or over the ice. Ever since the origin of Whiskey Sour drinks, it has been a most favorite of the world’s manliest men. It is likely enjoyed by soldiers and officers alike. Over times, it is referred as a girly drink. Any cocktail lover will never get disappointed with the Whiskey Sour.
Other Celebrations on August 25
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How to Celebrate National Whiskey Sour Day
The best way to celebrate National Whiskey Sour Day is by entering the liquor shop and buy a bottle for yourself. Enjoy the drink with your friends to celebrate this day. Buy a new Whiskey Sour flavor you had never tasted before for a changeover. Post your National Whiskey Sour Day celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NationalWhiskeySourDay.