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HEIGOLD OLD FASHIONED
COCKTAIL RECIPE

Classic Old Fashioned cocktail recipe using Heigold High Rye Double Malt Bourbon. The old fashioned is the name of a popular cocktail that is made by first muddling (gently smashing or crushing) cane sugar with bitters and water, and then next adding bourbon or rye whiskey.. 

HEIGOLD OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL RECIPE

Classic Old Fashioned cocktail recipe using Heigold High Rye Double Malt Bourbon.

The old fashioned is the name of a popular cocktail that is made by first muddling (gently smashing or crushing) cane sugar with bitters and water, and then next adding whiskey (typically rye or bourbon), and finally (optionally) garnishing with orange slice or zest and a cocktail maraschino cherry. An Old Fashioned Cocktail is traditionally served in an "old fashioned glass" (also known as rocks glass).

The Old Fashioned cocktail was further developed and experimented with during the 19th century but officially given its name sometime in the mid 1800s. Legend has it, The Pendennis Club, (a gentlemen's club founded in 1881 in Louisville, Kentucky), claims that the old-fashioned cocktail was their invention. 

There are many variations of the Old Fashioned Cocktail; some using spirits other than bourbon or rye. However, the pure and original version always used premium bourbons and rye

Enjoy this Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe featuring Heigold High Rye Double Malt Bourbon distilled by Rabbit Hole Distillery, Louisville KY. 









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