Apple Brandy and Bitters with Natural Flavors
It is generally accepted that the first published reference to the term “cock tail” was in 1806 in The Balance and Columbian Repository and was defined as a “stimulating liquor, composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitters.” Today there are many theories as to when the “cock tail” was referred to as the “Old Fashioned.”
Coincidently, in the mid-1800’s, Samuel Laird and his son Joseph Laird were the respective trainer and jockey of the most famous race mare of turf racing history—”Fashion”. In 1855 she became know as “Old Fashioned” when she foaled a filly to be named “Young Fashion”.
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