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Maker's Mark Bourbon Whisky BottleTop mixologists from Texas share their gifts of winter bourbon recipes with holiday themes..Bourbon Coffee, Gingerbread, molasses, apple cider..No those are all in different drinks, start mixing as the Maker’s Mark recipes are below…

A Maker’s Christmas
(created by the bartending team at Branch Water Tavern in Houston, Texas)

Recipe:
2 ounces of Maker’s Mark Bourbon
1 ounce of Monin Gingerbread
1/2 ounce Dekuyper’s Hazelnut Bliss
2 dashes of Orange Bitters
a splash of “Real” lemon juice concentrate

Mix all ingredients, stir generously in shaker tin and strain into a cocktail glass.

Winter’s Mark
(created by Edgar Campbell of Bolsa Restaurant in Dallas, Texas)

Recipe:
1.5 ounces of Maker’s Mark Bourbon Whisky
1 ounces of Dekuyper Amaretto
1.5 ounces of Cruzan Cream

Put ingredients in a cocktail shaker, fill with ice, and shake vigorously. Strain in to a rocks glass with no ice. (Cocktail should be frothy on top). Grade fresh nutmeg over the top.


Bourbon County Coffee

(created by: Bill Norris of FINO, Austin)

Recipe:
2 ounces of Maker’s Mark Bourbon
1 bar spoon of molasses (or to taste)
4 oz strong, hot black coffee
Heavy cream

In heat safe glass, combine Maker’s, molasses, and coffee. Stir until well mixed. Using a bar spoon, carefully layer 1/4 inch of cream on top of coffee. Garnish with pinch of cinnamon and pinch of nutmeg.

Campfire Cocktail
(created by: Bill Norris of FINO, Austin, Texas)

Recipe:
1.5 ounces of Maker’s Mark Bourbon
.5 ounces of fresh lemon juice
.5 ounces of honey (2 parts honey to 1 part water)
1 ounce of apple cider
2 dashes of Angostura Bitters
4 pieces crystallized ginger

Muddle Ginger, lemon and honey in mixing glass. Add apple cider, Maker’s Mark, bitters and ice. Shake and strain into iced double old fashioned glass. Garnish w/skewered crystallized ginger.

For more Bourbon recipes, visit this link on BourbonBlog.com.  We may not have answers on where to buy your Christmas and holiday gifts, but we have plenty of holiday cheer!

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