Cocktail of the Month :: The Warm Old Fashioned

The Warm Old Fashioned recipe |

Some of you might remember my cocktail of the week from about 4 years ago.

Well it’s back, but this time around it is the cocktail of the month. Every 3rd Thursday, there will be a tasty cocktail for you to try over the weekend. I missed all the fun concoctions and libations.

Since it’s winter, first cocktail up is the Warm Old Fashioned. I tasted the cold version of this drink at my Frangelico Le Bella Vita party last November. I thought “Hey, why not warm it up?” So I did and you should too. Sipping this by the fire on a blustery night? Yes, please.

I love caramel color liquors in the wintertime, 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
Serves 2

You will need:

– 2 oz. of Frangelico
– 2 oz. of Wild Turkey Bourbon
– 1/2 oz. of Triple Sec
– 8 dashes of Angostura Bitters
– Flamed Orange Peel

To prepare:

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.
Serve warm.

Cheers and stay warm y’all.

xx, Annette

Photo credit: Moi

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