Blueberry Honey Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe

LivingLesh honey blueberry old fashioned

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So I’m back with another fabulous drink recipe. Being indoors more has definitely made me explore my hidden talents, so I tried my hand as a bartender again with this Blackberry Honey Old Fashioned recipe that was approved by my household whiskey lovers. A few weeks ago, I started off with perfecting my Rose Pear Margarita recipe that was inspired by my love for florals and fruit. But this twist on an old fashioned was inspired by one of my closest friends who put me on to whiskey years back and her ability to be contrastingly creative, easygoing, and extremely blunt.


I haven’t always liked whiskey. Actually, if I really think about it, I didn’t really dislike it either. It just wasn’t something that I drank. When I first saw someone drink whiskey, it was shots or straight up, and I am a big fan of mixed drinks and an occasional tequila shot. But once I was introduced to whiskey cocktails the flavor grew on me, and I began to even go to whiskey distilleries to try out the different types and flavors that were being made, and then I soon had the taste for whiskey.

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Blackberry Honey Old Fashioned

  • Author: Iesha aka Lesh


  • 1 Sugar Cube (or regular sugar if you don’t have cubes)
  • 23 Blueberries
  • 2 oz Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Whiskey
  • 3/4 oz Triple Sec
  • 23 shakes of Angostura Bitters


  1. Muddle a sugar cube and 2-3 blueberries at the bottom of your glass
  2. Place ice cube into glass over muddled ingredients
  3. Add 2-3  “shakes” of bitters
  4. Pour 2 oz whiskey over ice cube (or add more depending on your preference)
  5. Add 3/4 of Triple Sec
  6. Stir and Serve


This recipe can be altered to use a different type of fruit that pairs well with honey. We tried pears and strawberries and both added unique flavors that made the drink taste delicious.

For large square ice cubes: Prepare the ice cubes at least a day prior so that they are solid and do not melt too easily to water down the drink.

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