|1⁄2||oz||Red wine (as float)|
Dissolve sugar in juices, add whiskey and shake. Strain into a coupe and float wine.
Other kinds of whiskey also work here, and actually the Washington Post has cognac as the base.
Reiner's twist on the 19th-century New York Sour is the addition of orange juice which David Wondrich says "makes the drink."
From other users
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