2 1⁄2 oz Bourbon, Elijah Craig
1⁄2 oz Peach liqueur
2 bsp Maple syrup
3 dr Bitters, Urban Moonshine Maple Bitters

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!

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  • Sweet but delicious
  • I didn't have peach schnapps so I used Crème de Pamplemousse Rose. Nice drink, a little sweet, but enjoyable. I look forward to making with the peach schnapps.
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I got the maple bitters just for this. Sweet and delightful. Thanks for sharing!

Curated this slightly - peach schnapps liqueur is redundant. Changed to peach liqueur. Thanks, Zachary

Liked it better with 2.25 oz bourbon and 0.75 oz peche.