Bar40 Bitters are unique in that they don’t attempt to add additional flavour to your drink, rather they help adjust…Read More
The Old Fashioned is one of the most well known and revered classic whiskey cocktails [the other being the Manhattan.] Despite only having three simple ingredients there are an near unlimited number of ways that it can be constructed and enjoyed, not counting infinite variations and tweaks. The beauty of its complexity lies in its simplicity, whiskey, bitters, sugar. There are thousands of different whiskies available on the market today, hundreds of commercially available cocktail bitters, and whether you’re using raw sugar or simple syrup, there’s always a way to tweak that too. Every Friday we post a new Old Fashioned recipe, it may be from a cocktail book, it might be an in house experiment, or we may feature a bartender doing their take on it. Whether you like your Old Fashioned classic, an Brandy Old Fashioned Sweet, or a mixology twist like the Oaxaca Old Fashioned from Death & Co., we raise our rocks glass to you, Cheers!
When you’ve got a Friday off, friends in town, and don’t drink mimosa’s you sweeten your Old Fashioned up and…Read More
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For its price, George Dickel rye is a a stellar example of a mid-shelf rye that holds its own in…Read More
A friend recently returned from the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and brought back some treats for me. Willett Distillery’s Pure Kentucky,…Read More
This week’s Old Fashioned Friday is simple, pure, and unassuming. 2oz of Kings County Distillery bourbon 1 Sugar Cube Healthy…Read More