Show me a maritime cocktail using egg white.

Cocktail Colin says:

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I found a few cocktails with egg that would be perfect for a maritime theme. One of them is a Vodka Sour, which contains vodka, lemon juice, sugar syrup, Angostura Bitters, and egg. It has a rating of 4.78/5.
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You asked: Maritime cocktail with egg white. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.

Vodka Sour

The Vodka Sour is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed for decades. It is a simple yet versatile drink...

Vodka (60ml), Lemon Juice (30ml), Sugar Syrup (15ml), Angostura Bitters (2 dashes), Egg (1 egg white)

5 ingredients
4.78 / 5

Amaretto Sour

The Amaretto Sour is a classic cocktail known for its balance of sweet and tangy flavors, predominantly featuring the rich...

Lemon Juice (30ml), Amaretto (60ml), Egg (1 egg white), Angostura Bitters (Dash)

4 ingredients
4.77 / 5

New York Sour

The New York Sour is a sophisticated variation of the classic Whiskey Sour, blending the rich, warming notes of bourbon...

Lemon Juice (30ml), Sugar Syrup (22.5ml), Red Wine (15ml), Bourbon (60ml), Egg (1 egg white)

5 ingredients
4.75 / 5

Gin Sour

Although popular in the 1940s, the Gin Sour actually predates Prohibition. It was featured in an 1898 book by Finley...

Lemon Juice (30ml), Gin (60ml), Sugar Syrup (15ml), Egg (1 egg white), Angostura Bitters (3 dashes)

5 ingredients
4.62 / 5

Boston Sour

The Boston Sour is a classic cocktail that enhances the traditional Whiskey Sour by adding a luxurious textural element through...

Lemon Juice (22.5ml), Sugar Syrup (15ml), Bourbon (60ml), Egg (1 egg white)

4 ingredients
4.56 / 5

Whisky Sour

The Whisky Sour is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed for over a century, with a history that dates...

Lemon Juice (25ml), Sugar Syrup (20ml), Bourbon (45ml), Egg (1 egg white)

4 ingredients
4.51 / 5

Marmalade Sour

Seen at the 'Bodega' restaurant in Birmingham, UK, but also mentioned in the Difford’s Guide, this great cocktail mixes marmalade...

Lemon Juice (15ml), Cachaça (60ml), Orange Bitters (Dash), Egg (1 egg white), Marmalade (2 teaspoons)

5 ingredients
4.38 / 5

The Maritime

The Maritime is a distinctive cocktail that combines the rich, warm flavors of spiced rum with the smoothness of cream,...

Salt (Pinch ), Cream (Top up), Sugar (Teaspoon), Spiced rum (30ml)

4 ingredients
3.91 / 5

Admiral White

Admiral White is a refreshing and fruity cocktail that is perfect for a hot summer day. This cocktail originated in...

Peach Schnapps (30ml), White rum (30ml), Vodka (30ml), Lime (Slice), Lemon vodka (30ml)

5 ingredients
3.83 / 5

White Chocolate Easter-tini

Don't let the kids get all the sweets! Throw some in this chocolate martini and feel young again!

Cream (30ml), Vanilla vodka (30ml), Chocolate liqueur (30ml), Eggnog (60ml)

4 ingredients
3.76 / 5


We've collated some quick fire Q&A's on the question to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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What is the role of egg white in cocktails?

Egg white adds a silky texture and significant foam to cocktails, creating a smooth mouthfeel and an appealing frothy top layer.

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Are there substitutes for egg white in cocktails?

Yes, a popular substitute for egg white in cocktails is Aquafaba, the liquid from canned chickpeas, which provides similar froth and texture without the use of animal products.

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What flavors complement a maritime-themed cocktail?

Maritime-themed cocktails often feature flavors like citrus, tropical fruits, and spices that evoke an ocean breeze or seaside feel. Ingredients like rum, lime, and spices are common.

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How do you safely use egg whites in cocktails?

To use egg whites safely, ensure they are fresh and sourced from a reliable supplier. Some bartenders prefer pasteurized egg whites to reduce the risk of foodborne illness.

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What is a common technique for mixing egg white in cocktails?

A dry shake (shaking without ice) is often used to emulsify the egg white first, followed by a wet shake (with ice) to chill the drink. This technique maximizes foam and texture.

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