A cocktail starting with New York.

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I found a cocktail that starts with "New York" and has a high rating. It's a classic cocktail called "New York Sour," featuring a mix of lemon juice, sugar syrup, red wine, bourbon, and egg white. This cocktail is cold, alcoholic, and shaken, not stirred.
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You asked: Find cocktails starting with New York. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.

Perfect Manhattan

Slight variation on the typical Manhattan recipe. Rather than just sweet vermouth, there is an equal amount of dry vermouth.

Angostura Bitters (3-4 dash), Red vermouth (7.5ml), Rye Whiskey (45ml), White vermouth (7.5ml)

4 ingredients
4.8 / 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)

Classic
5 ingredients
4.75 / 5

New Yorker

The New Yorker is a classic cocktail that exudes the sophistication of its namesake city. Combining the robust flavors of...

Whiskey (20ml), Grenadine (Dash), DOM Benedictine (10ml)

3 ingredients
4.7 / 5

Big Apple Shot

The Big Apple Shot is a simple yet spirited cocktail that embodies the essence of its namesake city's energy and...

Brandy (30ml), Apple liqueur (30ml)

2 ingredients
4.61 / 5

Apple Martini

The Apple Martini, also known as the "Appletini," is a crisp and sweet concoction that brings a fruity twist to...

Vodka (45ml), Cointreau (15ml), Apple schnapps (15ml)

3 ingredients
4.41 / 5

Apple Jack

The Apple Jack is a simple, refreshing cocktail that combines the warming notes of whiskey with the sweet and tart...

Whiskey (30ml), Apple Juice (210ml)

2 ingredients
3.98 / 5

Maker’s Manhattan Up

The Maker's Manhattan Up is a twist on the classic Manhattan cocktail, which traditionally combines whiskey, vermouth, and bitters. In...

Red vermouth (30ml), Bourbon (60ml)

2 ingredients
3.95 / 5

The Uptown

This is my preferred way of making a Rob Roy. The first sip is really strong, but as you drink...

Grenadine (15ml), Red vermouth (Teaspoon), Whiskey (60ml)

3 ingredients
3.92 / 5

Midtown Muse

The Midtown Muse is a sophisticated cocktail that boasts a blend of boldly flavored and aromatic ingredients. This enticing drink...

Melon liqueur (20ml), Whiskey (45ml), Angostura Bitters (Dash), Vanilla liqueur (10ml)

4 ingredients
3.91 / 5

Big Apple

The Big Apple cocktail pays tribute to one of the most iconic cities in the world, New York City, also...

Vodka (90ml), Peach Schnapps (30ml), Apple liqueur (60ml), Apple Juice (60ml), Apple (Half)

5 ingredients
3.56 / 5

FAQ's

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 ingredients are commonly found in a New York Sour?

A New York Sour generally includes lemon juice, sugar syrup, red wine, bourbon, and egg white. It is a shaken cocktail that is served cold.

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How is a New York Sour typically served?

A New York Sour is typically served in a rocks glass over ice, with a red wine float adding a distinct visual element to the drink.

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Can I make a New York Sour without egg white?

Yes, while egg white adds to the texture and frothiness of a New York Sour, you can omit it if you prefer or have dietary restrictions. The drink will still be delicious without it.

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What type of red wine is best for a New York Sour?

A dry red wine, such as a Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot, is often preferred for a New York Sour. The wine should complement the bourbon without overpowering it.

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Is the New York Sour an old cocktail recipe?

Yes, the New York Sour is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed for many years. Its origins date back to the late 19th or early 20th century.

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