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Aquafaba Whiskey Sour

Aquafaba Whiskey Sour

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Don't look now, but your favorite cocktail just got a trendy makeover. The secret ingredient to this whiskey sour is aquafaba, the leftover cooking liquid from chickpeas or other light-colored beans. Aquafaba foams up in a manner similar to egg white, which makes it the ideal substitute for vegans who love their cocktail nightcap. Don't worry though, the aquafaba has no detectable taste, so guests will be none the wiser. They'll only notice the just-right hint of whisky bite that delivers a balance of smooth and sweet to this classic cocktail.*

Watch the video: Vegan Whiskey Sour With Perfect Foam


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