INDICE DE GALERIAS
By Twinkle VanWinkle, LIN Lifestyle Expert
The classic Old Fashioned was originally created in Louisville, Ky., in the 1880s by a bartender at the Pendennis Club. It’s definitely one of the original All-American cocktails.
The Old Fashioned
- 1 ½ oz Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon
- 1 cube of sugar (or a splash of simple syrup)
- Splash of water
- 2 dashes bitters
- 2-3 ice cubes
- Twist of lemon
- One Maraschino cherry
- Slice of orange
In an Old Fashioned glass or tumbler, place a sugar cube or use simple syrup as a substitute. Add bitters and just enough water to help dissolve the sugar. Crush or muddle the sugar in the glass and coat the bottom of the glass. Add 2-3 ice cubes and bourbon. Garnish with a lemon twist, or if you'd like, a slice of orange and a cherry.
Twinkle VanWinkle has more than 20 years of professional cooking under her apron strings, feeding thousands of friends, family and other folks. She baked apple pies for the "Oprah Winfrey Show" and has appeared on Food Network’s "The Best Of…" Along with producing dynamic lifestyle content for LIN Media, she is a mother, urban gardener, chef, musician and social media fanatic.
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