1 1⁄2 oz Gin, Martin Miller's
3⁄4 oz Strega
3⁄4 oz Lemon juice
1⁄2 ? Egg white
1 t Honey syrup (Earl Grey tea infused - see note)
Instructions

Put first 1/2 egg white in the shaker. Next , put the Gin , strega , fresh lemon juice and the homemade syrup. Mix the egg with the other ingredients with a mixer , add ice and shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Add 4 drops of aromatic bitters and serve

Notes

The original Strega Sour have gin , Strega and lemon juice. This addition of egg white and the tea syrup makes this cocktail more creamy and tasty.

To make the honey syrup, take 2 parts of honey and one part hot earl grey tea and stir to combine.

History

Junior Ryan found this cocktail in the Playboy Host and Bar Book and did this variation. Result , he won the "Martin Miller's Gin Trade Up Competition".

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Created by
Junior Ryan - Clyde Common - Portland - OR
Year
2011
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Comments

Curated slightly to clean up the infused honey syrup. Moved instructions about the syrup to notes.