Chocolate Sour

Black chocolate liqueur[Chocolate liqueur]40 ml
Orange juice40 ml
Lemon juice20 ml
Sugar syrup5 ml
Maraschino cherry1 piece
Cut lemon(* You can use cut orange.)1 cut
Pour ice and ingredients into a shaker and shake.
GlassOld fashioned glass(Rock glass)
Icewith Ice
AlcoholAbout 6 %
ColorDark brown
FlavorMedium sweet
TypeLong drink
Photo: Chocolate Sour ©okyawa
A cocktail that combines the bitterness of bitter chocolate liqueur with the sweet and sour taste of fruit.
Mar 14, 2021

About Chocolate Sour Ingredients

Chocolate liqueur
A type of cacao liqueur with cream added to cacao liqueur to give it a chocolate flavor.
Orange juice
Orange juice is a classic cocktail ingredient. It is also used in many non-alcoholic cocktails.
Lemon juice
Lemon juice goes well with many types of cocktails.
Sugar syrup
A syrup made by dissolving sugar in water and boiling it. Often used in cold cocktails where sugar is difficult to dissolve.
Maraschino cherry
Candied, seedless cherries are called maraschino cherries. The bright red cherries add color to cocktails.
Rich in vitamins. It has many uses, such as sliced and floated, cut and decorated around the edges, and using the peel.

About the supplies for making Chocolate Sour

Rocks glass
A small tumbler with a short, almost cylindrical shape. It is used for on-the-rocks drinking because of its wide mouth diameter and large ice capacity. The official name is Old Fashioned Glass.
Shaking with ice allows for rapid cooling. Effective for stirring materials that are difficult to mix or have a difference in specific gravity. Mellow out high alcohol content materials by mixing them with air.
Boston shaker
Also known as a two-piece shaker. It is divided into a tin and a pint glass. The large size allows for a lot of air to be added to the cocktail during shaking, resulting in a mellow taste with an alcohol angle.Ideal for fruit cocktails. A strainer is required for pouring.
Major cup
Measuring cups for measuring cocktail ingredients. Cups are paired at the top and bottom, and 30 ml and 45 ml are common.
Cocktail pin
Pins used to decorate cocktails with olives, cherries, etc.

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