What bourbon is good for Christmas? Well, heck, they all are, but here are a couple of thoughts.
You can make egg nog with bourbon. Evan Williams has a ready-to-drink version. So, no doubt, do some other brands. You can substitute bourbon for the more traditional brandy or rum, or mix them 50/50. Martha Stewart's recipe calls for all three.
When Maker's 46 came out, many of the reviews described it as "rich in Christmas spices," so why not make that your official Christmas bourbon?
Goose Island Brewery here in Chicago changes its Christmas Ale every year, but at least once they made a version they conditioned in bourbon barrels.
Make bourbon balls. They aren't specifically a holiday confection, but they're really good. Recipes abound on the web.
Here's a simple Christmas cocktail using bourbon. It was developed by Paul Abercrombie.
Handful of organic cranberries, picked over and rinsed
4 ounces organic cranberry juice
2 ounces bourbon
In a pint glass, muddle the cranberries until crushed (make sure not to pulverize the cranberries so much that you release the seeds' bitter taste).
Add a large handful of cracked ice, the cranberry juice, and bourbon. Stir.