Pumpkin Spiced Old Fashioned

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Pumpkin Spiced Old Fashioned

A Fall-Inspired Twist on an Old Classic!

If you enjoy all the warm spices that have become so synonymous with fall, but are in the mood for something a little more heavy hitting than the typical latte, then this is the drink to get behind this season. This is a drink to be savoured with the quiet appreciation that comes from each sip – it is a whisky lovers kind of drink.

Ingredients:

1 tsp of Raw Vanilla Sugar

3 Drops of Aromatic Bitters

1 Clove

1/2 Cinnamon Stick

3 oz. Whisky

1 Small Pinch of Pumpkin Spice

Directions:

  1. In an old fashioned (or rocks) glass, add raw vanilla sugar and aromatic bitters.
  2. Then, add in the clove, lightly muddle with sugar using a cinnamon stick. Remove clove from glass.
  3. Add whisky to mixture.
  4. Fill glass with desired amount of ice and stir drink using the cinnamon stick until ice has melted until preferred strength of drink is obtained.
  5. Sprinkle with a small pinch of pumpkin spice.

This recipe serves as the perfect signature alcoholic drink for fall, striking just the right balance between being refreshing and warm all at once. From one whisky lover to another, cheers!

I hope you’ll enjoy this simple but tasty beverage and make sure to tag me on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to share your re-creation of this, and any of my recipes!

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Until next time,

Clay Smith, Claycooks



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