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Old-Fashioned Cocktail Recipe
A sugar cube soaked in bitters, a shot of whiskey, and an orange peel; creating an impressive old-fashioned cocktail is that easy. This classic drink has been served since the mid-1800's and is as popular today as it was back then.
The old-fashioned is one of the best ways to dress up your favorite whiskey. If you're a traditionalist, you might prefer rye whiskey. Bourbon is a perfect choice as well; for years, it was the preferred style of whiskey for this iconic drink. Whichever whiskey you pour, the sweet, bitter, and fruit flavors added to the glass will enhance it nicely.
There are many ways to adjust this recipe, too. Follow the original recipe, incorporate one of the modern twists, or personalize it to your taste or the whiskey you're pouring at the moment.
** 1 sugar cube
** 2 to 3 dashes Angostura bitters
** 2 ounces bourbon (or rye whiskey)
** Optional: 1 orange slice
** Optional: splash club soda
** Garnish: orange peel
** Garnish: maraschino cherry
The Old-Fashioned Today
It's common for drinks to morph and evolve over the years. That's especially true when it's one of the very first cocktails, and today there are many variations on the old-fashioned.
Rye whiskey was the original choice for this drink. Over the years, the selection of good ryes dwindled, and bourbon became the go-to substitute for much of the latter 20th century. While bourbon remains a favorite for many drinkers, the luxury of a burgeoning rye market offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the old-fashioned in its original form. It's difficult to choose a lousy whiskey for this drink, and it's a great venue to try out new finds, so pour whatever you like.
The point of the old-fashioned is to avoid adding too much to it, which allows the whiskey to shine. The best old-fashioned drinks are simple, and it's essential to pay close attention to the quality of each ingredient.
How Strong Is the Old-Fashioned?
As you might imagine, the old-fashioned is not much lighter than a straight pour of whiskey. Factoring in a little dilution from the ice, the alcohol content of an old-fashioned made with an 80-proof whiskey falls around 32 percent ABV (64 proof). Those old-timers would be happy to know that it still has that kick they were looking for!
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