Recipe by Lonavasma
"I love a good old fashioned, but making a fresh homemade drink on the spot can be time consuming! I created this easy homemade mix to save time and still have a delicious homemade drink that guests will love! This mix is also makes a great gift!"
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clementine oranges, quartered
maraschino cherries, or more to taste
bitters, or to taste
This mix really is good, but the one thing that is completely missing is at least a guideline on how much to use per drink??? Doesn’t have to be exact, I understand that depends on one’s taste, but at least suggest a starting point. The rating is solely based on taste, as I think there’s a very important part of this recipe missing.
Love this! I think the cinnamon adds a nice touch. I strained the mix into jars to give as gifts and included a tag with instructions:
Mix 1 part (or to taste) Old Fashioned Mix with 2 parts bourbon. Serve over ice and garnish with a maraschino cherry and an orange wedge, if desired. Enjoy!
I have tried this recipe and it is better than a name brands. Although the instructions don't say how to mix it I have found that 1 shot of mix with 1 shot of either Southern Comfort or Brandy works and one shot of Sprite or 7 up. If you are using a whiskey or bourbon use 3/4 of a shot of bourbon and 1 shot of everything else and enjoy
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Homemade Old Fashioned Mix
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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