The old fashioned is a classic cocktail, evoking some serious Mad Men vibes. But just because it's a classic doesn't mean you can't update it by adding fruit, candy, bacon, or even tequila. Bottoms up!
A grown-up take on the apple cider you loved as a kid. Don't forget the cinnamon sticks for a garnish.
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Our pals over at Esquire know what they're talking about when it comes to making this iconic cocktail.
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Making this sophisticated cocktail requires playing with fire — literally. Now that's a party trick.
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We can't imagine anything cozier than this earthy, soul-warming cocktail.
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This refreshing twist on the old fashioned reminds us that oranges aren't the only fruit that can take center stage.
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If a regular old fashioned isn't your style, then you might enjoy this sweeter take on the drink.
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Adding lemon to an old fashioned really enhances the citrus flavors, while blackberries keep things nice and sweet. Perfect for summer!
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The molasses and vanilla flavors balance perfectly with the brown sugar and angostura bitters in this beautiful and unexpected cocktail.
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Yes, you read that right. This drink is infused with bacon fat ... and you'll be surprised at how smokey and delicious it makes your old fashioned. Don't knock it til you try it!
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The secret to this old fashioned is using añejo tequila — it's smooth, easy to sip, and goes well with citrusy flavors.
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Skip the simple syrup and replace it with cotton candy. As soon as the drink is mixed, the cotton candy starts to dissolve, sweetening the drink. Magic!
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