Buffalo Fizz |Recipe SAVEUR

Buffalo Fizz

Rye fizz with sherry and lemon

A rye-based fizz cocktail, enriched with a splash of PX sherry and lightened with lemon juice and fluffy egg white.

Heami Lee

Fizzes contain many of the same ingredients as traditional sours, usually either egg white or yolk, but are topped with topped with club soda. In the classic canon, a “silver” fizz calls for an egg white, and a “golden” fizz calls for egg yolk. This drink is adapted from the Bartender' Manual published in 1913 by the Bartenders' Association of America.

Buffalo Fizz
Fizzes contain many of the same ingredients as traditional sours, usually either egg white or yolk, and a topping of soda. A “silver” fizz calls for a egg white, and a “golden” fizz calls for egg yolk.

Ingredients

1 large egg white
1 12 oz. rye whiskey, preferably High West Double Rye
34 oz. Pedro Ximénez Sherry
34 oz. fresh lemon juice
12 oz. simple syrup
1 splash club soda

Instructions

In a cocktail shaker, combine the egg white, rye whiskey, sherry, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Shake vigorously to emulsify, about 10 seconds, then fill with ice and continue shaking until the outside of the shaker feels frosty, 10-15 seconds more.
Strain into a fizz glass, top with a splash of club soda, and serve immediately.