You are here: Home » Recipes » Rosemary Maple Bourbon Sour Rosemary Maple Bourbon Sour Recipe by Eric Prum and Josh Williams Yield 2 servings The deep richness of maple syrup starts in this sweet, herbaceous winter cocktail. Eric Prum & Josh Williams PrintEmail This is, simply put, a perfect cool-weather cocktail. So good, in fact, that we find ourselves making it over and over, all year. Dark amber maple syrup lends a deep, rich and sweet note to this herbaceous take on a Whiskey Sour—and yes, also qualifies it as a brunch dish. — Eric Prum and Josh Williams Ingredients 3 shots bourbon1 1/2 shots fresh lemon juice3/4 shot dark amber maple syrup1 large sprig of rosemary (plus 2 small sprigs for garnish) Instructions Crush large sprig of rosemary by hand and add to shaker. Add bourbon, lemon juice, maple syrup and ice to above the level of liquid. Shake vigorously for 15 seconds. Strain mixture into rocks glasses containing large cubes of ice and garnish with remaining rosemary sprigs. Note: 1 shot = 1.5 ounces Recipe reprinted with permission from Shake: A New Perspective on Cocktails (2013).