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Lester Earl
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?

honestly, you hurt my feelings


Dandy Lion
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Redeem yourself, and rectify the recipe.


Lester Earl
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
you dont deserve it at this point. keep reciting your shitty recipe and being mean to people


Dandy Lion
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Is this gay pride week or something? Why are you so uppity and aggressive?

My lowly hetero person has done nothing to willfully hurt you.


Sherman Klump
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Suck his dick some more, good lord


Dandy Lion
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Sherman Klump
English is not your first language, is it?


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Dandy Lion
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you came in calling everyone pathetic
I just reread the thread. I did this, and because nobody answered him straightforwardly, I replied to you, and a few other a-holes.

That said, he shouldn´t be looking to consume an Old Fashioned based upon seeing a TV series.

I am of an iron cast palate and stomach, and it´s not a drink I think interesting.

I will go out on a limb and say he will not consider it enjoyable, either.

You and Klump can still frick off, however.
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Jim Rockford
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is one who orders an outdated drink, because they see it being consumed with frequency in a fricking TV series.


Well shit, I guess I can't order an old fashioned any more, even though I've never seen this fricking show.

You can even make it with scotch, BTW LINK


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Tiger Attorney
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
I am sure TV or movies have never peeked your interest to try something. It's a good summer drink...If he likes it and continues to order who cares if his dad poured him the drink as a teenager or he saw Don draper tap a slut while drinking one.

You should evaluate your current state in life because it looks like you suck at life.


hobotiger
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
It's "piqued" your interest not "peeked".



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CITWTT
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Find a dive of a cocktail bar which has a man behind the bar that looks like your father or your grandfather to start with the drink.


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LSU alum wannabe
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
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is one who orders an outdated drink, because they see it being consumed with frequency in a fricking TV series.


1. Why are you bashing ME? I never said pathetic. Fight amongst your damned selves. Especially when "yourselves" started it.

2. Outdated? It IS called an Old Fashioned. Hell beer is outdated too I guess.

3. Mad Men is not just a TV series. It is pure awesomeness. So shut your whore mouth with that talk.

4. Not a young un. I am 40. Just never had one. Really was just here to ask about the liquor and brand that was commonly used.



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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Muddling either orange or cherry isnt necessary. Orange juice tends to be a little flabby, meaning a little too sweet and overpowering. Best to use simple syrup, brown liquor of your choice (even rum), and bitters. Garnish with an orange peel and cherry (optional).


Boondock544
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Makers old fash. Nuff said


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Makers old fash. Nuff said



Will try this tonight. Most all bars have Bitters right. We will be at a pub but it is a higher end pub. It has a pretty good draft beer selection to fall back on.

OF's will be great and I will have a time traveling night that will make the wife scowl. Or it will be swill and I will switch to beer.


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TigerHam85
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
"What can i get you, Sir?"

"Rye old fashion, please."

"yes sir"

how hard is it?


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Uncle JackD
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
I use rye sometimes and bourbon other times.. Depends on my mood. I usually don't muddle, but if I want something sweeter, I do. It's your drink, enjoy it the way you like it and frick what any other pretentious douches think.
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GaryMyMan
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
I muddle a slice of orange peel. Get more flavor than just zesting but not overpowering. And I usually use Sazerac or Rittenhouse.


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Y.A. Tittle
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
Summer drink?


VOR
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re: Old Fashioned? Tips for ordering at a bar?
I consider it more of a cool weather drink; even a holiday drink. I will drink it anytime, however.

It is not outdated. It is hip (genuinely so) as a motherfricker.

Rye works fine. After all Old Fashioneds and Manhattans are first cousins, imo. Although, strictly speaking, I suppose Manhattans should only be served straight up.


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