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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain ice-filled glass. DRIZZLE red wine around the surface of the drink.
Lemon zest twist
The splash of Claret wine makes this cocktail – both in terms of flavour and visually. Adding the aromatic bitters will help the flavour but also adds trace amounts of sugar.
Adapted from the classic serve by yours truly (Simon Difford) in January 2019.
Also see Sours - history, recipes and glassware.
There are approximately 137 calories in one serving of New York Sour (no added sugar & low-calorie).
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