This Cocktail at Katana Kitten Will Change Your Mind About the Amaretto Sour

The Amaretto Sour has often gotten a bad rap due to overly sweet, unbalanced examples, but New York City cocktail bar Katana Kitten offers a version that will change anyone’s mind. Owner and head mixologist Masahiro Uroshida devised an Amaretto Sour that uses bold rye whiskey as a base and incorporates Japanese ingredients, like ume and shiso, for an utterly unique—and delicious—drink.

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