Recipe by CookinBug
"Delicious drink for those who don't like a strong alcohol taste!"
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1 1/2 fluid ounces
2 fluid ounces
2 fluid ounces
sweet and sour mix
I like Amaretto sours so I decided to give this a try, and I was not disappointed. This may just be my new favorite drink. Thanks for sharing!
Yummy! It's difficult to find sour mix where I live, so I used lemon lime soda instead and it was great.
So refreshing! I used to make Amaretto Sours from a recipe out of a bartenders guide that didn't include the O.J. but this version is much better and I'll be using it from now on. Thanks!
I've been drinking this just the way it was written, for years. It is my favorite.
My favorite drink; I just use make everything measure up to 2 ounces each, and add marachino cherries to the bottom of the glass; which soak up the flavors :o)
Super Awesome!! I LOVE amaretto sours, and now I love this one too (they're just a tiny bit different). I just did equal parts amaretto, sour mix and oj. Easy to remember and easy goin' down!
Amaretto Sour is my favorite alcoholic beverage. This recipe make a very tasty drink.
Yum - this is my favorite drink and it was very smooth going down. I like that it is mild on the amaretto, but strong enough to still taste it. Thanks CookinBug for sharing your recipe. Lucky for me, I still have all three ingredients left!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Amaretto Sweet and Sour
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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