Some people say that the Old Fashioned is one of the first cocktails ever created. It’s a light, refreshing tasting, yet complex combination of Bulleit® Bourbon RYE, sugar and bitters.  We think it makes just the right kind of post round refreshment.  Requesting Rye Whiskey is important; Rye is sharper and less sweet, in addition made for the traditional 19th century whiskey of choice.


  • 1 oz. Bulleit® Bourbon Rye (In some locales, it might be necessary to request a 'Golfer's pour', in the holy book of SEAMUS an Old Fashioned should be strong).
  • 0.25 oz. bitters
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 splash water
  • 1 lemon slice
  • 1 maraschino cherry
  • 1 orange slice


  • Rocks glass
  • 1 jigger
  • Ice - A large cube is integral to the optimal slow sipping Old Fashioned, with less surface area it will melt slower and keep the drink cold without dilution.
  • Knife
  • Spoon


  • 1 - In a rocks glass, muddle cherry, sugar and bitters.
  • 2 - Add the bourbon and a large ice cube. Twist slices of lemon and orange peel over the drink and drop slices in. 

There is a good chance that in a sweaty polo and grass stained khaki's, just one sip will have you looking like the Reverend of style, Mr. Don Draper.

Back to blog

4 comments – Amoxicillin Amoxicillin 500 Mg

ayuumuaf – Amoxil 18


@Tristan – That is the most tragic thing I’ve heard all day! Where out west did you travel? We are lucky to live in Portland as the craft cocktail seen is booming currently. I highly recommend the Multnomah Whiskey Library, Besaw’s, or The Bunker Bar at Bandon Dunes.

Matthew Hauth

Interesting post as we have found in trips out west people don’t really know what an old-fashioned is or how to make it we’ve had to explain this drink to bartenders its the drink of choice for many old times for after rounds in Wisconsin we claim to be the state that developed it nice it’s catching on its a lovely beverage .

Tristan Cinquegrana

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.