A Pine Old Fashioned is the perfect holiday cocktail idea!
I love a good Old Fashioned recipe but I came across a product that makes it even more wintery and wonderful. It’s a pine flavored cocktail syrup to make the perfect Christmas cocktail!
Pine syrup (similar to the one I used) isn’t super easy to find so you’ll need to plan ahead and buy it ahead of time.
I’m sure you can make your own pine syrup with needles from your tree but who knows what kinds of chemicals they put on those.
- Pine syrup
Add your bourbon, add your pine syrup. Drop in your bitters. Stir it up, little darling.Strain in to a short glass, (low ball? no one said I was an expert…) with new ice. Twist a peel of orange over the glass and drop her in. And then drink up. The pine syrup is much more subtle than I thought it would be. It’s a simple syrup so it sweetens up the drink while imparting a hint of herbaceous flavor. It’s perfect for a winter’s evening by the hearth. And by that I mean wrapped up in a blanket on the couch watching a holiday movie. Here’s another delish sounding cocktail using pine syrup. I’m going to try that one next. But this is an Old Fashioned Recipe you’re going to want to make every year!
All images by Dez and Tam Photography
Recipe by Dram Apothecary
- 1 1/2 oz of good bourbon
- 1 oz. DRAM Pine Syrup
- 5 shakes DRAM Black Bitters, or another bitters you always have on hand
- Brandied cherry garnish or an orange twist
- Add bourbon, pine syrup and bitters to a mixing glass over ice.
- Strain the mixture into a chilled low ball or other short cocktail glass.
- Garnish with orange peel or brandied cherries.
Serving Size1 Servings
Amount Per Serving Calories 3106Total Fat 62gSaturated Fat 38gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 20gCholesterol 250mgSodium 2542mgCarbohydrates 523gFiber 10gSugar 503gProtein 71g
Nutrition information isn't always accurate.