A fireman's sour is a cocktail made with rum, lime juice, and grenadine. It was created in Vancouver in the 1960s by the owner of the Firehall bar for firemen fighting a local blaze. The drink's name derives from its popularity among firefighters.
With ice in the shaker, combine the first four ingredients and pour into a chilled old-fashioned glass. If desired, top up with soda water. Serve with lemon and cherry garnishes. Serve in an Old-Fashioned Glass.
2 ounce Light Rum
2 ounce Fresh Lime Juice
¼ ounce Simple Syrup
¼ ounce Grenadine
Soda water (optional)
Lemon half-wheel, maraschino cherry
1. Shake first four ingredients with ice and strain into chilled old-fashioned glass.
2. Fill with soda water, if desired.
3. Garnish with lemon and cherry.
4. Serve in an Old-Fashioned Glass.