The prosecco old fashion makes the classic whiskey drink the perfect brunch cocktail. Also, great for a family get together.
Prosecco Old Fashion
You can use any whiskey you want, but I found bourbon works best. The sweeter flavor profile works well with the slight tartness of the prosecco.
I am using Tahwahkaro 4-grain bourbon for its sweetness with a touch of a spice flavor profile. The oak flavor is balanced with the simple syrup and bitters. While the silky texture finishes the cocktail.
This version lighter than a traditional cocktail. The Peychaud bitters also provide a more balanced flavor than the cinnamon profile of the Angostura.
- 2.25 oz bourbon
- .75 oz prosecco
- .5 oz simple syrup
- 3 dashes Peychaud bitters
How to make the prosecco old fashion
combine all ingredients into a glass with ice, stir, and enjoy.