7 Sep
9-year small batch bourbon, secret bitters & the finest orange peel

While cheap pre-mixed cocktails can be found clogging the coolers of any nickel and dime bodega, the Handmade Cocktail Company’s line of “vintage cocktails” only use the finest ingredients in their boozy formulas. The idea being you can play seasoned mixologist at your house even if you have a problem mixing a rum & coke. Their classic “Old Fashioned” mix is made of a 9-year-old small batch rye-rich bourbon with a secret blend of cocktail bitters and orange peel — all you gotta do is pour it over ice, stir and strain off into your glass with a garnish of orange peel. How easy is that? Pick it up at Masters of Malt for $55 (£35).

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