Whiskey Sour


A classic cocktail popularized during the Civil War period in the mid to late 1800’s, the Whiskey Sour was named for the acidic touch given to the drink via the lemon. The oldest historical mention of a whiskey sour comes from a newspaper published in Wisconsin in 1870.

We’ve added our own modern day twist with a hint of vanilla and our Last Feather Rye. Let this cocktail and our 1800’s Featherbone Factory building take you back to a time of buggy whips and corsets.

2 oz. Journeyman Last Feather Rye

1 oz vanilla simple syrup

¾ oz lemon

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Chelsey Erickson