Old Sage Sour

Barrel Aged Flavor for a Cozy Winter Cocktail!

Distilled: Holiday Recipes: Old Sage Sour

What's more perfect for the winter holiday season than a cocktail made for cozying up by the fire.  Infused with the warmth of sage syrup, blending the perfect balance of barrel-aged flavor and the deep earthiness of sage, our Old Sage Sour is made for cold winter nights. 

Our Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrel Aged Pure Maple Syrup brings the perfect amount of warmth, sweetness and barrel infused notes of vanilla and bourbon to this cocktail. The bourbon highlights the subtle notes of sage and sweetness for a cocktail that invites you to sit around the fire or celebrate a toast to the New Year! 


Suggested Glassware: Signature Keys Coupe Cocktail Glasses

Perfect for a cozy winter night in or a celebratory New Year's toast! 

Chenault James, Co-Founder

Ingredients For This Recipe:

  • 1.5 ounces lemon juice freshly squeezed
    3 ounces bourbon
    ½ ounce sage syrup, recipe below
    1 egg white
    Garnish: sage leaves and an Orasella cherry 


How To Prepare


In a small saucepan, muddle sage leaves and add Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup.


Heat over medium high until syrup comes to a boil then turn off heat and let steep for 15 minutes before removing the sage leaves. 


Combine lemon juice, bourbon, sage syrup and an egg white into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until the shaker is ice cold.


Strain into a Signature Keys Coupe Cocktail Glass.


Garnish with a fresh sage leaf and an Orasella cherry.