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oatmeal cookie old fashioned with cookie and cinnamon stick garnish

Oatmeal Cookie Old Fashioned

Picture of Heather Wibbels, Cocktail Contessa, pouring a cocktailHeather Wibbels
Indulge the kid in you with this oatmeal cookie-infused cocktail to make your drink your dessert. The bourbon captures the taste and smells of the oatmeal cookies and maple and cinnamon additions seal the deal. It really does taste like you’re drinking an oatmeal cookie. Magic!
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Course Drinks
Cuisine Bourbon Cocktail
Servings 1


  • 2 oz oatmeal cookie-infused bourbon
  • ¼ oz scant maple syrup
  • 12 drops Old Forester Smoked Cinnamon bitters
  • Garnish: cinnamon stick and oatmeal cookie to dunk


  • Combine infused whiskey, syrup, and bitters in a mixing glass with ice. Stir until well-chilled and strain into a rocks glass with a large ice cube. Garnish with a cookie and a cinnamon stick. You might need two.


Oatmeal Cookie-Infused Bourbon
  • 375 mL (1/2 bottle of bourbon)
  • 4 soft, homemade style oatmeal raisin cookies, broken into large pieces
Place the cookies in the bottom of a mason jar and add 375 mL of bourbon. Make sure the bourbon covers the cookies.
Let the jar sit, agitating the mixture about every 8-10 hours for about 30 hours. It will look a mess in the jar, but that means the flavors are melded.
When finished infusing, strain the mixture through a metal sieve. Then, line a large metal sieve with a coffee filter and strain again. You may have to let the mixture sit out for several hours or overnight.
Once strained, store in the fridge in a clean jar or bottle.
Keyword apple bitters, bourbon, cinnamon, maple syrup, oatmeal cookie, old fashioned
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