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How To Make a Canadian Old Fashioned

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Guess what’s in our Canadian Old Fashioned?!

A special day calls for a special ingredient. June 3rd was National Doughnut Day, so we made a cocktail that reflected the majesty of the day: the Canadian Old Fashioned. We used Wiser’s Whisky, a Canadian classic with a very high rye content and beautiful sweet and spicy notes.

The bitters from Trinidad and Tobago bring in clove and cinnamon to bind the whisky together. Now, you don’t have to use table sugar for the sweetener. You can mash up some donuts like we did.

"Canadian" Old Fashioned
A truly “Canadian” Old Fashioned

“Canadian” Old Fashioned Recipe:

2 oz. (60 ml) Wiser’s Whisky

2 dashes of Angostura Bitters

Muddled Timbits

Stir, junk-strain, garnish with a Timbit.

 

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