Jack's on Fire

Jack Fire is one of those cinnamon whiskeys which are perfect for chilly nights. I like to sip it straight by the fire. I also love it in cocktails. Today I'm sharing my fireside old fashioned cocktails that mix the flavors of Jack Fire with other elements to balance and indulge in. You can share it with loved ones by your fire or simply cozying up to someone you love to watch a movie or read a book. It's a perfect sipping drink.


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Old fashioned


Ingredients

2 oz Jack Fire whiskey

1/2 oz Black Cherry Balsamic Vinaigrette

3 dashes of Angostura bitters

1 sugar cube

Garnish: luxardo cherries



Recipe: In a mixing glass, pour Jack Fire whiskey, Black cherry balsamic vinegar, and three dashes of angostura bitters. In an old fashioned glass, muddle sugar cube and add ice. Pour from mixing glass and garnish with luxardo cherries.


I love old fashioneds 🖤🥃

Old fashioned


Ingredients

2 oz Jack Fire whiskey

1 oz Peach Schnapps

3 dashes of angostura bitters

1 sugar cube

Garnish: Peach slice

Recipe: In a mixing glass, pour jack fire whiskey, peach schnapps, and bitters. In an old fashioned glass, muddle sugar cube and peach slice. Add ice and pour from mixing glass.



To balance a cinnamon whiskey you need to go with similar or compatible flavors. I like fruits that taste great grilled or baked: think apples, pears, peaches, and pineapples. Old fashioned cocktails are easy to taste a couple flavors and a simple way to drink a good whiskey. So the next time you are craving a little fall weather, go for a cinnamon whiskey cocktail! It's much better than anything pumpkin spice.

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