Top Rated Old Fashioned Recipes

Could this be the perfect end-of-summer cocktail? It's a taste of the season with an early fall twist — so you get the best of both worlds. Serve it with a savory dish and your guests will be thrilled.
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Regent Old Fashioned
For a seasonal twist on the classic Manhattan cocktail, try this Regent old fashioned created by Julio Carbrera of the Regent Cocktail Club at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa. This cocktail, which requires just a few easy steps, will be perfect for your summer cookout.
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A refrigerated pie crust makes this classic pie easier than ever! Create this favorite any time of year. Click here to see 6 Classic and Creative Pumpkin Pie Recipes
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Yuzu is considered culinary gold in both the kitchen and bar. Although, it isn’t directly eaten, it’s juice and zest contribute sour, tart and very fragrant aromas to dishes and cocktails alike. It’s a great complement to New York’s KOA’s take on the classic Old Fashioned. Shaken with bourbon, cherry blossom bitters and bitters, the sipper is the answer to your end-of the-day relaxation. Courtesy of KOA — New York.
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This favorite classic cocktail gets a sweet cookie turn. Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.
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King Cocktail Dale DeGroff's take on the Old Fashioned.
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Rum Old Fashioned
The Rum Old Fashioned is a rum cocktail concocted by head bartender Deysi Alverez of Mo-chica, chef Ricardo Zarate's Peruvian cantina located in downtown Los Angeles. Orange sugar, zest bitters, and rum are the only three ingredients in the strong fruity beverage.  
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Angostura bitters, bourbon, maraschino cherries, and candy corn syrup come together in this recipe to make a festive-spin off the timeless Old Fashioned. Be sure to prepare the candy corn syrup before you host your Halloween bash, just to give it time to settle.This recipe is courtesy of Executive Chef Caprial Pence at Bookstore Bar & Restaurant in Seattle.
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Perhaps the first cocktail ever mixed, the Old Fashioned has seen many incarnations, including the current (and loathsome) trend of muddling cherry and orange into it. Rye was the first whiskey used with this drink, and Angostura bitters are most commonly mixed in. I’ve switched rye for Bourbon, and Peychaud’s bitters for a slightly sweet and more floral cocktail. Learning to adjust to your taste preferences is all part of becoming a great home bartender.
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No matter how you slice it, there’s no denying that this simple chocolate goodness is sure to satiate the dessert lovers in any crowd. This recipe is courtesy of the Divine Chocolate Cookbook: Heaven Chocolate Recipes with a Heart and The Rescue Baker.
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Bacon Old Fashioned
Chef Jesse Schenker over at Recette in Manhattan's West Village has come up with a bacon Old Fashioned cocktail that features bacon-infused bitters that are to die for. Shockingly, the recipe isn't too difficult.
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strawberry short cake
An old classic brought to life!
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