Grand Old Fashioned
Grand Marnier is added to the traditional Old Fashioned, delivering a smoother and more elegant finish, while delicately layering bitter and sweet flavors.
- 1 oz Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
- 1 oz Russell's Reserve 10 Year Bourbon
- 3 Dashes Aromatic Bitters
- Orange Twist
Build cocktail in a double rocks glass.
Dash aromatic bitters first, next add Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, followed by the bourbon.
Add a large block ice cube and stir until well incorporated and chilled.
Garnish with an orange twist, expressing oils over the surface of the cocktail, then placing it on rim of cocktail glass.
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