Courtesy of David Alan of the Tipsy Texan
In the latter days of the 20th century, the old-fashioned came to be known as a whiskey cocktail sweetened with muddled fruit and bitters. In an earlier time "old fashioned" referred to a type of preparation that resembled the earliest combination of ingredients to be called a cocktail. Here, I've taken very stout rum and prepared it in the way of an "old fashioned" cocktail: diluted with a little water, slightly sweetened and flavored with bitters and citrus zest. No muddling required.
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