Whiskey Sour Old-Fashioned
Mix Whiskey, Bitters, and Cherry Juice in a ice-filled cocktail class, and fill the remaining class with sour. Garnish with olives or mushrooms and use a stir stick to mix and your mouth and taste buds to enjoy.
This drink is commonly found at social gathering in Wisconsin and parts of the Midwest. You can also substitute brandy for the whiskey, but remember to change the name. Another variation is to substitute Seven-Up for the Sour and you will have an old fashioned sweet. If making the sweet, you can also substitute olive juice for the cherry juice and garnish with a cherry.
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