Welcome back to My Kitchen! My Rules! As it turns out you people have opinions about a lot of things and I’ve received several requests for my homemade sour mix, so alright, here you go!
You’ve just got to have a good sour mix for those Long Island Iced Teas and Whiskey Sours you will be serving for you Memorial Day barbecue.
This is a super easy recipe. All you need is two cups of water, two cups of Dixie Crystals Sugar, eight lemon, eight limes, and of course a Mason jar. Working as a bartender in college with the nickname Shorty, I can practically make this stuff in my sleep! So make sure you are good Hosts and Hostesses this summer and serving your margaritas with your own homemade sour mix.
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