Instructions

Combine, stir (**no ice**), old fashioned

Notes

A "hotel cocktail," meant to be served at room temperature. Can be made in double batch and funneled into a flask.

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Created by
Chris Hannah, Arnaud's French 75, New Orleans
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Comments

Contrast with Rebannack on this site. Also note that Chris has a video showing it stirred with ice and strained into an ice-filled goblet, so it seems to serve both as a room temperature flask cocktail and a nice chilled sipper at the bar.