Was going through the Food & Drink Section of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution this AM and came across the following recipe for infused Candy Cane Bourbon. Sounds like heresy to me, but thought I'd share it for the Holidays. The recipe originates from Woodford Reserve, and was apparantly picked up by the AJC:
1 liter bourbon
3 large candy canes, broken into smaller pieces
Empty bourbon into a clean container. Pleace the broken candy canes at the bottom of the bourbon bottle. Pour the bourbon back into the bottle, covering the candy pieces. Infuse for no more than 24 hours. (They don't say, but I guess this means you take the candy pieces out.)
I wonder if they got the idea from the copper-penny infused 4-Grain?