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Sip Something! Pratt Standard Cocktail Unleashes Old Fashioned Syrup

Drinks made easy!

The good folks over at Pratt Standard Cocktail Co. are at it again. Known for crafting a unique range of syrups for expert drink crafting, Pratt Standard Cocktail Co. returns with something new to add to your bar cart. This time around, we get a look at Pratt Standard Cocktail Co. Old Fashioned syrup. This fantastic new concoction offers a silky texture and smooth mouthfeel, boasting plenty of flavor that is sure to elevate your next cocktail.

The Old Fashioned syrup is crafted with real demerara sugar, rocking a finish that offers delicate spiciness and bitterness. Created to balance with any whiskey, this unique syrup takes the hard work out of making an Old Fashioned. Tory Pratt, the founder of Pratt Standard Cocktail Co., spoke about the new syrup. He stated: “We tested 64 different recipe iterations for this syrup to take the hard work out of making a perfect Old Fashioned cocktail for our customers.” He went on to add, “The botanicals and bittering agents are built into this mix so that you don’t have to add bitters or citrus peel to make a proper Old Fashioned at home.”

The syrup is perfect for the holidays, allowing home bartenders to craft Old Fashioned cocktails by thoroughly mixing ice, two ounces of their favorite whiskey, and o.75 ounces of the Old Fashioned syrup. The best part is that the 8-ounce bottle pairs’ ratio perfectly with a 750mL bottle of whiskey. Pratt’s Old Fashioned syrup is the latest addition to its line of pre-Prohibition-inspired syrup products.

Take a look at the Old Fashioned syrup in the images and head over to Pratt Standard to get a bottle today. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more drinks, drink recipes, and more!

Old Fashioned

Photos via Pratt Standard Cocktail Co.

Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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