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Contributed by Dushan Zaric & Jason Kosmas
The Old Fashioned cocktail is old-school but never out of fashion.
Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass.
Muddle to break down the sugar and stir briefly.
Fill with ice, stir again and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice.
Twist slices of lemon and orange peel over the drink and drop them in.
Watch Liquor.com advisory board member Dushan Zaric make a classic Old Fashioned in our How to Cocktail video. And if you prefer muddled fruit in your Old Fashioned, try Zaric and Jason Kosmas contemporary Old Fashioned recipe.
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Both garnishes have a long history—the use of orange and cherry dates back to just after World War I—but a lemon peel was used even before that.
Many mixology bars prefer a lemon and orange peel garnish over the cherry. I'm curious which is more historically considered "classic."