"Yummy whiskey sour recipe that goes down so easy! Look out because it'll hit you before you know it!" — CookingGirl
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3 (12 fluid ounce) cans
frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
orange slices for garnish
these were excellent i made them for my friends 21st bday and everyone loved them. much better than using sours mix. i did cut out some of the water and they were a little too sweet next time i will use the full amt.
It was delicious! I ad libbed a bit..one can orange juice concentrate, one can lime-aid concentrate (it is what I had in the house), and probably 1 and 1/2 cups Crown Royal...I keep in the fridge and when the mood strikes, use one part whiskey sour mix with one part ice and one part water....
Finally, a great recipe to make a drinkable whiskey sour, even in cold weather when we in Ohio are offered lemons at $5/bag. This is easy, no fuss, and convenient on the refills. Bless YOU. The only thing I would change next time is add about 1/2 more whiskey. THe recipe is not strong, which is good for a crowd. Thanks again.
I didn't need 26 cups of whiskey sour's, so I scaled this recipe down using AR's "change servings" feature. I think the ingredient proportions are really off on this recipe. There's too much orange juice and water, and not enough lemonade and bourbon. It tasted watered down and almost void of any bourbon. I made adjustments, so it was drinkable, but I won't be making this again. Sorry CookingGirl for the bad review, but this was a disappointment.
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