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Drink it the Old Fashioned way!

The Old Fashioned is one of the most popular cocktails of all time. Whisky drinkers & mixology-enthusiasts know that the Old Fashioned is one of the best ways to enjoy a Johnnie Walker Black Label. But you can also twist them in your own way and as per your own tastes. It is prepared in a matter of minutes and can be the highlight of your get-together with your closed ones.

Recipes

The Old Fashioned, The Big Classic!

Ingredients

Sugar, 1 teaspoon
Ice cubes, for mixing & for chilling the glass
Aromatic Bitters, 3 dashes
Orange Zest
Soda, A splash
Black Label, 6 cl
Ice Ball, 1

Garnish:

Orange Peel

Method

Chill the glass with ice.
In a mixing glass, add:

Sugar (1 teaspoon)

Aromatic bitters (3 dashes),

Orange zest,

Soda (a splash)

Mix

Add

Black Label (6 cl)

Ice

Stir

Replace ice cubes with an ice ball

Strain cocktail in glass

Garnish with an orange peel

The Creole Old Fashioned

Ingredients

Ice cubes, for mixing & for chilling the glass
Aromatic Bitters, 3 dashes
Roasted pineapple syrup, 10 cl, Reduce pineapple roasted in pepper, cinnamon and anise seed to a syrup with sugar and water
Black Label, 6 cl
Ice ball, 1

Garnish:

Pineapple Leaves
Coconut Powder

Method

Chill the glass with ice.
In a mixing glass, add:

Aromatic Bitter (3 dashes)

Roasted pineapple syrup (10 cl, Reduce pineapple roasted in pepper, cinnamon and anise seed to a syrup with sugar and water)

Black Label (6 cl)

Ice cubes

Stir

Replace ice cubes with an ice ball
Strain cocktail in glass

Add

Garnish with pineapple leaves
Sprinkle some coconut powder

The Old Fashioned Marmalade

Ingredients

Ice cubes, for mixing & for chilling the glass
Black Label, 6 cl
Apricot marmalade, 1 teaspoon
Vanilla Syrup, 2 cl
Orange Zest
Citrus, 5 slices
Aromatic Bitters, 3 dashes
Ice cubes
Ice Ball, 1

Method

Chill the glass with ice
In a mixing glass, add:

Black Label (6cl)

Apricot marmalade (1 teaspoon)

Vanilla Syrup (2cl)

Orange zest

Citrus (5 slices)

Aromatic Bitter (3 dashes)

Ice

Stir

Replace ice cubes with an ice ball
Strain cocktail in glass

Mixologists

Jonathan Nazira

Mixologist
World Class Competition 2018 Winner

David Boodhoo

Mixologist
World Class Competition 2019 Winner

Johnnie Walker

Category: Spirits

It was in 1820, in Scotland, that John Walker first had the idea of selecting malts with different characters and bringing them together to create a whisky with a single taste and increased richness and balance. The Art of Blending was born. Today, Johnnie Walker is the biggest whisky brand in the world and its slogan has been adopted and embraced everywhere, as a rallying cry for progress, as encouragement in adversity, as a joyful expression of optimism and as the best piece of advice you’re ever likely to hear. Keep Walking.

Supplier: Diageo