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  1. For a Classic Old Fashioned: Dissolve or muddle sugar with a splash of water in an Old Fashioned glass. Fill glass 3/4 full of ice. Add Maker's Mark and bitters and stir.
  2. CLASSIC OLD FASHIONED. bourbon / bitters / cherry. Ingredients. 1 1 / 2 parts Knob Creek.
  3. Jun 19,  · Step 1 Muddle sugar cube, water, and bitters in an old fashioned glass for 1 minute. Pour in whiskey and stir for an additional minute. Squeeze the /5(17).
  4. The whole point of an old fashioned is to blunt the whiskey and accentuate its flavor notes. An expressed peel is perfectly suited to do just that, I would only use a wedge if the whiskey was.
  5. red-hot, space-age, state-of-the-art, ultramodern, up-to-date. 2 tending to favor established ideas, conditions, or institutions. I'm so old-fashioned that I actually think people should use standard grammar and punctuation when composing e-mails.
  6. Jun 19,  · Step 1 Muddle sugar cube, water, and bitters in an old fashioned glass for 1 minute. Pour in whiskey and stir for an additional minute. Squeeze the lemon twist over the glass and drop it in. Add ice cubes/5(17).
  7. When you get right down to it, the Bourbon Old Fashioned is little more than a slug of whiskey, seasoned and sweetened. Yet for all of its suave simplicity, the drink remains as relevant today as it was when it first captured drinkers’ hearts years ago.
  8. Jun 19,  · One of the great classic bourbon cocktails, the Old Fashioned was invented in Louisville, KY. Try bourbon, rye, or a blended whiskey in this cocktail. You can also sub one sugar cube for the simple syrup/5(80).
  9. May 21,  · In its most basic form, an old fashioned is a combination of sugar, bitters, whiskey and a bit of water in a specialty glass with ice. Depending on your tastes or where you’re located, an old fashioned can also contain orange, lemon, simple syrup, cherries, club soda, Squirt or tangnateconozdivivotamipuloc.coinfo: Caroline Stanko.

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