The Broken Shaker: This Miami, Florida, bar features a different Old Fashioned variation on its menu each week. Bartender Gabriel Orta's signature move involves infusing whiskey with unlikely ingredients -- such as Reese's Pieces candy -- to offer unusual flavors when mixed in the glass.
Portland Penny Diner: Brandon Wise has taken the concept of
the Old Fashioned and blown it wide open at this restaurant in Portland, Oregon. He lets guests choose from a buffet of multiple sweeteners, bitters and spirits to make their own bespoke version of the classic drink.
Jbird: At this New York City bar, the menu features an entire page of Old Fashioned twists. In one version, called the Honey Nut, bourbon is scented with the flavor of peanuts through a technique known as fat-washing, then mixed with honey and bitters.