Lancaster County

A bourbon old-fashioned provides the perfect canvas for peach and maple.
2 12ozBourbon, Elijah Craig
12ozPeach schnapps liqueur
2bspMaple syrup
3drBitters, Urban Moonshine Maple Bitters
2dsBitters, Fee Brothers Black Walnut
Combine all ingredients, add ice, stir until chilled, strain into double rocks glass with large ice.
A tasty balance of sweet and spicy flavors; nose is of maple, first taste is sweet-spicy bourbon with peach undertones. Nutty finish provided by walnut bitters.
Lancaster county PA, also known as Pennsylvania Dutch Country, has a unique climate that is perfect for both peaches and maple syrup. Much further north or south and the climate becomes unfavorable for one or the other; who's up for a slice of bourbon-maple-peach cobbler!
Cocktail summary
Created & posted byegilmore on 04/21/2012
AuthenticityOriginal creation


I got the maple bitters just for this. Sweet and delightful. Thanks for sharing!

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