A fruity and refreshing take on the whiskey sour. The Midori Sour is the perfect combination of sweet and sour. Lower on alcohol volume than other cocktails this is an easy sipper that's still big on flavor.
Pour ingredients into a shaker filled with ice, shake vigorously for 5-10 seconds
Strain into a highball glass and garnish with cherry
(Optional: To give this cocktail a little more kick add 1 oz of Vodka.)
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