Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe

Fresh Peach Cocktail

Fresh Peach Cocktail

By: Linda Little
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Ingredients

3 maraschino cherries
orange slice
1 tablespoon sugar
2 ounces bourbon
4 ounces soda water

Preparation

1. Add 2 cherries and an orange slice to a glass.

2. Add the sugar and muddle the sugar and fruit together.

3. Pour in the bourbon and add ice.

4. Top it off with soda water.

5. Garnish with a cherry.

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