The important thing to remember about the Old Fashioned is that 'Old' is a relative term. Like, relative to the late 1800s old. The Old Fashioned is old enough that it was once considered a medicinal tonic. But it was always an alternative for people who didn't enjoy their spirits straight.
2 parts ANGEL'S ENVY Bourbon Finished in Port Wine Barrels
1 dash Angostura Bitters
1 tsp. mineral water
1 tsp. sugar (or one sugar cube)
Ice cube tray
How to Mix
Pour the bitters, sugar and water into a mixing glass half-filled with cracked ice
Stir well until the sugar is dissolved
Strain over cracked iced in an old-fashioned glass
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