Old Fashioned Mixer Recipes


Whiskey Sevilla

Whiskey Sevilla

Named for the oranges used in making marmalade, the Whiskey Sevilla is a refreshing take on the Old Fashioned. With fresh orange juice, marmalade, orange bitters and a vital pinch of sea salt, this cocktail is a flavorful ode to the citrus sinensis with a twist.

It's also a great opportunity to practice your dirty dump cocktail technique. Simply shake all ingredients with ice and dump the entire contents of the shaker into the glass. No straining required! Then educate your guests on this term and technique.


2.0 oz. Bourbon

.75 oz. Eli Mason Old Fashioned Mixer

0.5 oz. Orange Marmalade

0.5 oz. Fresh Orange Juice

2 dashes Orange Bitters

Pinch of Sea Salt

Shake with ice and dump it all into a rocks glass. Garnish with orange twist.

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The Third Layover

If you were to purchase the ingredients for this drink in their individual states/countries of origin, you would be stuck on a plane for 15 hours from Nashville -> Scotland -> Italy ... and that's just one way. Along about the third layover, you would likely go hunting for a strong, spirit-forward drink like this to blow away the cobwebs.

Thanks to globalization, you can now find these ingredients at your best local purveyor of fine spirits and ingredients.

But wouldn't that be a trip to remember?



1.5 oz. Laphroaig Scotch

0.75 oz. Cocchi Vermouth di Torino

0.75 oz. Eli Mason Old Fashioned Cocktail Mixer

Combine all ingredients over ice and stir until very cold. Strain over an ice ball in a rocks glass and garnish with fresh rosemary.

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