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Remy Martin Old Fashion Cocktail Recipe

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The Old Fashioned cocktail has a rich history dating back to the early 19th century, while the name “Old Fashioned” was coined in the late 19th century. As per Esquire, the original recipe of the Old Fashioned was created at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky, by combining bourbon, bitters, club soda, and muddled sugar, which was served with ice to honor Colonel James E. Pepper, a well-known 19th century bourbon distiller. Later, Mr. Pepper brought the recipe of the Old Fashioned cocktail to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel bar in New York City, where it gained immense popularity.

In modern times, most Old Fashioned recipes involve muddling angostura bitters, a sugar cube, and/or a cherry in a rocks glass, which is topped up with whiskey and ice, and garnished with an orange peel or wedge. Despite being over a century old, the Old Fashioned cocktail has experienced a resurgence in popularity, thanks to Don Draper, the leading character of the popular television series Mad Men, who is often seen savoring the drink while he is out and about.

With its simple yet delicious recipe, the Old Fashioned cocktail is a classic drink that has stood the test of time. It is a favorite of many cocktail lovers, who appreciate the smooth taste and the aroma of this delightful drink. Whether you are sipping the Old Fashioned at a bar or mixing it up at home, this cocktail never goes out of style and is sure to leave a lasting impression.

If you’re a fan of classic cocktails and looking for a way to elevate your drinking experience, look no further than the RÉMY OLD FASHIONED. This twist on the classic Old Fashioned cocktail uses Rémy Martin XO cognac to create a smooth and luxurious drink that’s perfect for sipping on a special occasion or for enjoying with friends.

Cognac Old Fashioned Cocktail
Cognac Old Fashioned Cocktail

Here is the recipe……

To make the RÉMY OLD FASHIONED, you’ll need just a few simple ingredients. Start with 1 3/4 ounces of Rémy Martin XO, a brown sugar cube, and a few dashes of bitters. In a glass, soak the sugar lump in the bitters, then add two cubes of ice. Pour the cognac over the ice and stir until silky smooth, adding more ice as you stir. Finally, garnish with an orange twist to add a hint of citrusy freshness to the drink.

The result is a rich and complex cocktail that’s perfect for sipping and savoring. The Rémy Martin XO adds a depth of flavor and complexity to the classic Old Fashioned recipe, with hints of vanilla, oak, and fruit that balance out the sweetness of the sugar and bitterness of the bitters. The orange twist adds a bright and refreshing touch to the drink, complementing the smooth and silky texture of the cognac.

Overall, the RÉMY OLD FASHIONED is a sophisticated and elegant cocktail that’s perfect for anyone looking to take their mixology skills to the next level. With the combination of Rémy Martin XO, brown sugar, bitters, and an orange twist, this drink is sure to impress your guests and leave a lasting impression.

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