How To Make It
Place the rocks glass and stirring glass in the freezer beforehand to chill.
- 10ml sugar syrup
- 3 dashes Angostura bitters
- cubed ice
- orange twist
- 60ml Bourbon or rye
- chilled rocks glass
- chilled mixing glass
- shot measure
- bar spoon
- hawthorne strainer
- Pour the bourbon, syrup and bitters into the chilled stirring glass.
- Fill the stirring glass half with ice.
- Stir the liquid for at least 3 minutes. This doesn’t have to be constant stirring but the liquid needs enough time with the ice to reduce the temperature.
- Fill a rocks glass with ice.
- Strain the liquid into the ice-filled glass.
- Garnish with an orange twist.
Did you know?The Old Fashioned dates to 1800 and hasn't changed much over the intervening 200 years. In its infancy, the drink went by the name ‘Whiskey Cocktail’ and by 1840 had gained cult status. Thirty years later, the bartending scene had moved on and bartenders started adding in dashes of this and that to the Whiskey Cocktail. If you wanted the classic drink, you'd ask for an Old-Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail, creating the modern name for the drink.
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