Since we could all use a stiff drink, I’m sharing my recipe for a Warm Old Fashioned. No ice in this one. It goes straight from a warm pan to your chic cocktail glass. I love caramel color liquors, and I love the core warming effect of this Warm Old Fashioned. The Frangelico gives this Old Fashioned a sweet nutty flavor, and with a flamed orange peel as garnish, it’s pretty perfect.
The Warm Old Fashioned
You will need:
– 2 oz. of Frangelico
– 2 oz. of Bourbon
– 1/2 oz. of Triple Sec
– 8 dashes of Angostura Bitters
– Flamed Orange Peel
In a small sauce pan, combine and warm all ingredients on low for 2 minutes.
Divide and pour into 2 highball glasses and garnish with flamed orange peel.
Cheers and stay warm y’all.
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