What is finer than the confluence of maple syrup, bourbon and freshly squeezed lime juice? This cocktail is perfect for a summer evening, and so easy to make.
Measure into a glass:
1 ounce bourbon
½ ounce VT maple syrup
½ ounce lime juice
Stir well, add ice and stir again to slightly melt ice into cocktail. Top with a piece of lime.» Read more about: Maple Bourbon Lime »
The Allspice Dram has a quintessential fall flavor, and is very fun to make. Allspice berries are the fruit of the pimento bush, so you’ll also see this called pimento dram. Most drams are made with simple syrup, but ours, of course, is made with Vermont maple syrup! You need a high proof rum or vodka. I prefer rum and always try to go with a local variety. Smuggler’s Notch Distillery makes a perfect light rum for this dram.» Read more about: Allspice Dram »
This is a nice fruity, bubbly and complex cocktail. Magic Hat #9 is a local ale with a bit of an apricot taste. It enhances the citrus nicely and adds some bubbles!
2 oz bourbon
½ oz orange liqueur
½ half oz lemon juice
½ half oz maple syrup
stir, add ice, top with half can of Magic Hat #9
stir and garnish with a nice sprig of mint» Read more about: Magic Maple Citrus Cooler »
Maple and bourbon pair very well. This cocktail is fresh and citrusy, but also carries the depth of bourbon. Delicious!
1/2 ounce pure VT maple syrup
1/2 ounce fresh orange juice
1/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
4 dashes Angostura bitters
1/2 orange wheel
2 ounces bourbon
1 1/2 ounces seltzer
In a rocks glass, combine the maple syrup with the orange juice,» Read more about: Maple Bourbon Smash »
1 ounce maple syrup
1 ounce gin
1 ounce Compari
1 ounce sweet vermouth
½ orange wheel
Add all ingredients except the orange to a cocktail shaker. Shake with ice and serve with one large cube and the orange.» Read more about: Maple Negroni »
My garden is full of mint in the summer. What better application than a maple mojito?
Muddle 6 mint leaves with the juice of half a lime.
Add ½ ounce maple syrup and 1 ½ light rum
Stir and serve with ice and a lime wedge