The Old Fashioned is the classic cocktail. How is it changing with the times?
The classics are revered for a reason, but nearly since the start, they have served as jumping off points for contemporary bartenders’ creativity.
From novel base spirit swaps to innovative syrups and sweeteners, these modern Old Fashioneds will inspire your next recipe. Read on to get inspired!
The Forward Fashioned brings tropical coffee and banana notes to a rum base.
In the smoked-to-order Mesquite & Maple Old Fashioned, Longbranch bourbon meets maple syrup.
Chai’s warming spice rounds out Appleton Estate and Grand Marnier in the Grand Chai Old Fashioned.
Espolon Añejo Tequila (which is finished in former Wild Turkey barrels) has many of the notes you love in Bourbon, plus the earthiness of roasted agave. All of this makes it a perfect base for the Añejo Old Fashioned.
The Grand Old Fashioned splits its whiskey base with Grand Marnier. Delicousness ensues.