- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
- 1 Maraschino cherry
- no measure Ice cubes
- 1 Lemon rind
- 1 Orange slice
- 2 oz. Rye
- 1 tsp. Sugar
- 1 tsp. Water
- Pour bitters and water into an old fashioned glass.
- Add sugar and muddle well with a bar spoon or teaspoon.
- Add whiskey and stir. Add ice cubes. Twist a lemon peel over the drink and drop into glass.
- Garnish with an orange slice and cherry.
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this recipe is pretty darn incorrect.
hey whoever this andy guy is stop worrying about your sexuality mate a cherry does not stand for being’gay’ in anyways it just adds a bit of texture to the cocktail itself . . . get over urself. . . .
hello there james ,i find it a lovley drink so a do so a do. but were are the potatoes gone?
soda my **** !
if anyone put a cherry in his old fashioned he`d knock them the **** out,they mite aswell call him gay to his fac
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I hate this drink
Sorry James, but the Old Fashioned is a PRE-prohibition cocktail. Whisk(e)y was nearly unavailable during the Great Mistake because it requires aging. What was available was smuggled in from Canada. Or the British Isles (though nobody would make this particular cocktail w/Scotch)History aside, common practice now is to muddle an orange peel and a marachino cherry along w/ the bitters and sugar and finish w/ a splash of soda. Rye whisk(e)y, when available, really brings this one home.
The old fashioned is the best classical drink we have ever had from prohibition times. Due to the diabolicle taste of the original whiskie. Using bitters, sugar and a more modern twist the zest of a orange which is used for a speedier dillution and to improve the taste,