Tequila Flower Sour

Take a trip to the days of the silver screen! Don Julio Blanco Tequila chilled with Maraschino liqueur, Lemon and Egg White that's shaken and served straight up over Hibiscus Syrup - it's vintage glam!
Tequila Flower Sour


  • 1.25oz

    Don Julio Blanco Tequila

  • 0.75oz

    Lemon Juice

  • 0.5oz

    Simple Syrup

  • 0.25oz

    Maraschino Liqueur

  • 0.75oz

    Egg White

  • 0.25oz

    Hibiscus Syrup 

  • 1

    Hibiscus Flower (Garnish)

  • 1

    Cherry (Garnish)

0 units of alcohol per serve


  • 1

    Martini Glass

  • 1

    Ice Scoop

  • 1


  • 1

    Cocktail Shaker

  • 1

    Hawthorne Strainer

  • 1


  • 1

    Fine strainer



  • Preparation
    1. Shake the first five liquid ingredients with Iice.
    2. Fine strain into a chilled Martini glass.
    3. Sink the syrup to the bottom of the glass.
    4. Garnish with a Cherry stuffed into a Hibiscus Flower.
  • Alcohol Content

    Alcohol content:

    Alcohol content: 12.5g per serve


The Sour is the base for many other classic cocktails, including the Margarita, the Daiquiri and the Sidecar.

History of the Drink

The British Navy played a significant role in the evolution of the Sour, as the sailors often mixed their Rum rations with Lime juice to help combat scurvy and malnutrition during long voyages at sea. This mixture, known as Grog, became a staple of British naval life and helped to popularize the use of citrus juices in cocktails.

The popularity of Grog and other Rum-based drinks among sailors eventually spread to the shores of England, where Punch Houses began to spring up in the 1600s. These establishments served a variety of Rum-based punches and grogs, which often included citrus juices and other ingredients to balance out the strong flavors of the Rum.

The Sour is a direct descendant of the Punch and evolved over time to include a variety of other ingredients, such as egg whites and Bitters, which added new dimensions of flavor and complexity to the drink.

One of the most appealing aspects of the Sour is its versatility. The drink can be made with a variety of spirits, including Whiskey, Gin, and Tequila, each of which imparts its own unique flavor profile to the drink. Additionally, bartenders may choose to experiment with different types of citrus, such as Lemon, LIme, or Grapefruit, to create a truly custom cocktail.