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Article: Laori Sour - enjoy the gin classic alcohol-free

Gin Sour alkoholfrei mit Laori Juniper No 1

Laori Sour - enjoy the gin classic alcohol-free

  1. What is a Gin Sour?
  2. What does a Laori sour taste like?
  3. How is a gin sour - alcohol-free mixed?
  4. Do you mix a Laori Sour with or without protein?
  5. Which Laori Sour Twists should you know?

What is a Gin Sour?

Gin Sour is fun and is therefore a must-mix cocktail! It belongs to the cocktail category of sours, which are all based on the mixture of spirit, sweetness and acidity. In this case gin, sugar syrup and lemon juice. This makes it a simple cocktail and a great classic. For this reason, it should not be missing from any good bar menu - and of course not in your bar at home!

With our Laori Juniper No 1 you can easily enjoy this drink alcohol-free - without losing any of the taste and without a hangover!

What does a Laori Sour taste like?

A well-made Laori Sour has a beautiful balance of delicate acidity and gentle sweetness. In this drink, the advantages of the Laori Juniper No 1 are highlighted and highlighted. You taste everything: the spice of the Laori Juniper No 1 and the fresh acid kick that harmonizes perfectly with the sweetness of the sugar syrup. The taste is rounded off with foamy protein, which gives the drink its full-bodied creaminess. The Laori Sour is a world-class drink that will allow you to experience Laori Juniper No 1 in a completely new way. The acidity of the Laori Sour comes out best with freshly squeezed lemon juice!

How is a Gin Sour - alcohol-free mixed?

Have we made you thirsty? Then it's time for us to show you how to mix a Laori Sour.


  • 6 cl Laori Juniper No 1
  • 3 cl lemon juice
  • 2 cl sugar syrup
  • 1 egg white / aquafaba
  • Ice cubes

Glass & Decoration

  • Tumbler glass and fresh lemon zest for decoration


  • Pour all ingredients, except ice, into the shaker
  • Shake for 1 minute, then add ice and shake again for 1 minute so that the egg white or the aquafaba becomes nice and foamy
  • Then strain with a strainer and sieve
  • Garnish with fresh lemon zest. Enjoy!

A few more words about the sweet-acid balance, because that's what makes or breaks this drink. Because every connoisseur and every lemon tastes different, it is difficult to give an exact guideline here. Hence the banal-sounding tip: Try it! Open the shaker, put in the bar spoon, open your mouth. The drink is too sweet? Add a splash of lemon, shake again. The drink is too acidic? More sugar.

Do you mix a Laori Sour with or without protein?

You're probably wondering right now: protein? Yes, exactly. The secret ingredient is protein. Now that we've shown you how to make a Laori Sour at home, we need to talk about protein. Because in good bars this cocktail is sometimes served with egg whites. You can't taste it, but it gives the drink a stylish head of foam and a fuller, creamy mouthfeel.

The following applies to your visit to the bar: Ask how the Laori Sour is mixed on site and say whether you want it with or without protein. The following applies to you at home: Do what you and your guests like. Our tip: Even if the protein thing sounds strange at first - you should at least try out the creamy adventure. This version not only looks great, it also tastes fantastic - but not at all like eggs.

You usually don't have to have any health concerns as long as you use fresh, organic eggs. But if you are wondering whether the Laori Sour is still vegan, we unfortunately have to answer “No." answer. That doesn't mean that you have to go without as a vegan: Aquafaba, i.e. water from soaked chickpeas, is a great alternative to egg white and works just as well!

Which Gin Sour Twists should you know?

Of course there are countless twists on a cocktail like the non-alcoholic Gin Sour. The simple but ingenious recipe literally invites you to experiment.

How about a sparkling Laori Fizz, for example? Or a non-alcoholic Tom Collins?

More inspiration in the Salon

Can't get enough of non-alcoholic sour cocktails? Then how about a non-alcoholic honey lavender sour. You can find the recipe here!