MAKES 1 COCKTAIL
Origin: 1913 Bartender’s Manual 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 egg white, and a “golden” fizz calls for egg yolk. In a cocktail shaker, add 1 large egg white, 1½ ounces rye whiskey, ¾ ounce PX Sherry, ¾ ounce fresh lemon juice, and ½ ounce simple syrup. Shake vigorously for 10 seconds to emulsify, then fill with ice and continue shaking until it feels frosty, another 10–15 seconds. Strain into a fizz glass, top with a splash of club soda, and serve immediately.