It has very subtle notes of apple and cinnamon spice (and it’s actually made with fresh apples). How To Make An Old Fashioned Cocktail: To make this maple-sweetened old fashioned cocktail, simply: Prep your orange peel. 1 1/2 to 2 oz Brandy or Bourbon. GREAT combination! Ice . Served all evening @ a New Year's cocktail party and everyone went bananas over this wonderful delight!! As you might recall, I’ve recently become a bourbon fan. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Anna Stockwell. water in an old-fashioned glass until syrup is dissolved. The cider, maple, and bourbon flavors blend beautifully. 2-4 oz The Cider Farm Classic Dry or Cyser. And don’t hesitate to make this cocktail your own. Adding an entire teaspoon of brown sugar on top of this would make something sweeter than Kool-Ade. 1 oz soda water optional . Place all ingredients in a mixing glass; if using granular sugar stir until sugar is dissolved 2. It's spiced up with cinnamon, allspice, clove, and peppercorns, and balanced with lemon for brightness. An exquisite cocktail for fall! Try with Rye and chocolate bitters - expecting some snow tonite - it is on the agenda! If you find the drink too strong, try an extra splash of apple cider. Run the pulp-side of the peel around the rim of the cocktail glass. To a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add the bourbon, pure maple syrup, apple cider, and orange bitters. I used Jack Daniel's Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey. Meehan’s version adds a bit more lemon juice to the mix than did the original, providing a stronger backbone for this cocktail that tastes as though it were plucked from a tree during a fall harvest. Hello Maple Lovers, Alex here. We also include soda. So simple to crank out a bunch and a crowd pleaser. . Used Bulleit Rye, Trader Joe Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Syrup, 3 drops of butters. 8 8 Maple-Coffee Old Fashioned Ruby cold brew coffee, maple syrup, amaro, walnut bitters, bourbon & mint. Cool on a wire rack. This cocktail has three layers of apple flavor: First, there's fresh, unfiltered sweet cider; then, there's warming 100-proof apple brandy; and, finally, fizzy, tart hard cider. 2 ounces apple brandy 2 dashes Fee Brothers Whiskey Barrel Aged Bitters 1 teaspoon real maple syrup. Instead of Angostura bitters, I will sometimes use Brooklyn Hemispherical Mission Fig Bitters, which makes for a nice combination. Nice acid sweet battle in each sip. I also shook it in a cocktail shaker with the orange peel. Been making a variation of this for some time, substitute a tsp of Campari for the bitters and 3 oz. Nice coacktail after a long day. 2 Orange slices. I LOVE maple syrup!!! There is a Canadian maple whisky from Quebec called Sortilege.Pour over ice with a twist. Made exactly as directed with the Rye. BUY IT! Since it can't be fall year round, might as well drink this seasonal riff on the classic old fashioned. One of these before dinner brings back memories of the tradition of the cocktail hour. 31 Bourbon Cocktail Recipes to Try Tonight, 53 Whiskey Cocktails to Get You Through Winter, 37 Easy Cocktails to Make as Soon as It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere, 75 Fun and Festive Christmas Cocktail Recipes for 2019, 11 Recipes for That Awkward Transition From Summer to Fall, 155 Best Thanksgiving Recipes from Turkey to Stuffing. This time around, though, I opted for their Rye Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup. Appearance: If this was maple syrup, it would be a medium amber grade. You need some sort of sweetener in a Smoked Old Fashioned, and the maple syrup adds an unexpected (and delicious) depth of flavor. I'm here to share my adventure with you. A great Thanksgiving offering I think. That was all the inspiration I needed to whip up this Cider and Maple Old Fashioned. I also shook the mixture in a cocktail mixer with ice and then strained it into an old-fashioned glass with a few ice cubes. They can be challenging to find in the grocery store so I buy mine online. With all the celebration going on lately, I was inspired to give our recipe “Ben’s Maple Old Fashioned” a spin. Maple syrup and whiskey are perfect compliments to each other, both offering complex flavor profiles that bring out the best of each other. Happy Holidays! I took a classic old fashioned and added seasonal flavor with apple cider and pure maple syrup to create this sensational Cider and Maple Old Fashioned. Then set aside. Use a vegetable peeler or knife to carefully cut a 2- to 3-inch-long piece of orange peel. In essence, this is a classic old fashioned recipe but with a couple of substitutions. Maple Old Fashioned. of bourbon instead of 2. Mix whiskey, maple syrup, bitters, and 1 tsp. but nice to indulge once in a while. Bake at 425° for 40-45 minutes or until crust is golden brown and filling is bubbly. Maple Dojo (Created by Karol Ansaldi, Beverage Director, Komodo, Miami, Florida) The sweet, distinctive flavor profile of maple syrup … Add a big ice cube (or a few regular-sized ones) to your glass and stir to chill. the cinnamon sticks and bitters put this over the top, a very refined cocktail, thank you! A bit heavier than light spirits like gin, bourbon can make a drink that is smooth and sippable while spreading a nice warmth. Retailers also seem to be gearing up for fall. I know. 1. Connect with Michael! This is a great seasonal version of the old-fashioned and incredibly easy to make, but I also found this a tad on the sweet side. Strain into an old fashioned glass and add ice cube. This twist on the classic whiskey cocktail is the perfect companion to the fall season. Add a single large ice cube, then garnish with orange peel. $58.00 Brandy Old Fashioned Kit Wisconsin’s favorite cocktail, the Brandy Old Fashioned is yours for the making with a 750 mL bottle of our Press House Brandy, an 8.1 oz jar of Amarena Wild Cherries and an 8 oz bottle of our Brandy Old Fashioned Cocktail Syrup. The Apple Brandy Old Fashioned is a lovely fall-tinged twist on a classic, from Misty Kalkofen, co-founder of Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails. Living in maple syrup country and having a small supply of our own home-made maple syrup every year, we never bother with simple syrup in cocktails. A favorite for entertaining. I think the cardamon and maple might compliment one another well. Made even better by warming the cocktail - which releases more beguiling aromas & flavors and is a better delivery of a winter cocktail anyway. Apple Brandy. apple cider, bourbon, maple syrup, old fashioned. Bourbon also is a great spirit to use for fall drinks, its rich notes of vanilla and caramel working really well with fall flavors. I took a classic old fashioned and added seasonal flavor with apple cider and pure maple syrup to create this sensational Cider and Maple Old Fashioned.