Lefty ODouls Sweet & Sour Mix 33.8 oz
Twenty lemons in every bottle. No high fructose corn syrup! All natural! Sugar. The proper Whiskey Sour - All you have to do is add three parts Lefty's Sweet & Sour Mix and one part premium whiskey shake & strain into a sour glass. Garnish with a cherry and enjoy! www.LeftysFamousMixes.com. Baseball legend, Lefty O'Doul's creative genius didn’t start with his baseball career. He was a master of mixing flavors and enjoyed outing a fresh spin on cocktails both old and new. In his secret workshop underneath the old streets of San Francisco - the sounds of rattling trolley cars & overhead traffic brought about new ideas and concepts to be concocted and tasted. Lefty achieved the perfect balance of sweet lemons and pure sugar with his Sweet & Sour mix. It became a staple recipe at his restaurant bar and many fans asked for the recipe. Bartender in a bottle - San Francisco Examiner. Realizing his golden ratio of twenty lemons in a bottle could put many bartenders out of a job, he kept it secret and passed it down through generations of bartenders. The recipe may be old, but there is something quite new and refreshing about our flavors. Squeezing all natural lemon juice, we still break a juicer or two but it's worth the effort to offer the finest quality sweet & sour mix to our fans. You haven't had a Whiskey Sour or a Tom Collins unless you've tasted our lemons. Don't forget a perfect sour lemon drop starts with premium lemons and we've got you covered. Lefty's Sweet & Sour recipe is a home run! Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids. www.kidsneedbaseball.com. Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids is an organization whose sole purpose is to preserve and promote a field of dreams for our youth by providing deserving kids with all necessary baseball equipment including uniforms through fund raising events and soliciting donations in order to fulfill those important and extraordinary needs. Lefty believed in the importance of giving back to the community and especially to the children. So in his tradition, a portion of all proceeds will go toward supplying baseball equipment for under privileged children around the world. You can also donate at www.KidsNeedBaseball.com. Please recycle. Non-alcoholic. Voted product of the year 2010.