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Stroopwafle S’mores Old Fashioned

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Last Updated on June 11, 2023 by Leah Hall

We made a simple four ingredient Old Fashioned cocktail. Stroopwafle S’mores cocktail with the caramel cookie infusion instead of graham crackers.


S’mores are loved by adults and kids alike, right? But in this case it will be just for adults in this S’mores cocktail!  S’mores remind us of camping and outdoor time. (Altho I hate camping, Jay loves it!) I may love s’mores but I don’t want to have to camp in the cold and dirt to enjoy them, or even sometimes don’t want to go to the firepit in the backyard to enjoy them!

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No campfire? Not a problem! We roasted our marshmallows over our oven burners. We think it really drives the s’mores flavor home, and then put infused the toasted (maybe charred) marshmallows in some Mezcal. The smoky toasty flavors were amazing!

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Toasted Marshmallows

Toasting the marshmallows are really important to make this drink a S’mores cocktail.

We all know a S’more is a toasted marshmallow sandwiched between 2 graham cookies with a chocolate bar. There are some variations we have seen – with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Peppermint Patties, or peanut butter, bacon, cookie butter, caramel, or using rice crispy treats as the crackers.

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Stroopwafle S’mores

In this case we deviated from the typical graham crackers, because well, we can. We love a good graham cracker, but we had just gotten some stroopwafles at the store, and felt we needed to use them in a cocktail, so this idea was born. We took a stroopwafle and broke it up and infused it into some aged rum. So we used a 4 year aged rum, but an 8 year would be even darker and richer if that’s something you want to do instead.

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S’mores Cocktail

So, we ended up with a cocktail full of chocolate, caramely stroopwafle and rum, toasted marshmallow and smoky mezcal to sip on. And, of course, we garnished it with the perfect cute little stroopwafle s’mores!


We think one of the best things about s’mores is the messiness and stickiness, and the fact that you build them over or around a fire, so you’ve got the smells of winter, wood smoke and toasted flavors all around you. This was definitely what we ended up with!

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Chocolate Bitters

Your drink will be a bit cloudy, because of the marshmallows and stroopwafle infusions, but it will taste great, we promise! To bring out the earthiness of the mezcal, we used chocolate bitters. We used Fee Brother’s Aztec Chocolate Bitters in this, but Chocolate Mole or Coffee Chocolate bitters would be delightful in this as well.




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S'mores cocktail in gold etched glass, small s'more on garnish pick
Yield: 1

Stroopwafle S'mores Old Fashioned

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Infusion Time : 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 15 minutes

This Stroopwafle S'mores Old Fashioned is a sweet and infused mezcal and rum cocktail, that is sure to please with the smoky and sweet flavors of a messy S'more!


  • 2 Marshmallows
  • 1 ounce mezcal
  • 1 Stroopwafle cookie
  • 1 ounce aged rum, we prefer 4 years
  • 2 dashes Aztec Chocolate Bitters
  • .25 ounce simple syrup


Marshmallow Infused Mezcal

  1. Toast (or char) 2 marshmallows over flame. You can use a culinary torch, flame on your gas stove, or a campfire, your choice!
  2. Place toasted marshmallows into a jar and pour 2 ounces of mezcal over.
  3. Let infuse for 24 hours.
  4. Strain out marshmallows and toasted bits. If need be, you can strain through a cheesecloth as well.

Stroopwafle Infused Rum

  1. Break up stroopwafle into 4 pieces and place into jar. Top with 2 ounces of rum.
  2. Let infuse for 6-8 hours, after which place in the freezer for remaining time up to 24 hours total.
  3. Take out of freezer and spoon off fats from the stroopwafle and then strain through a fine mesh strainer.
  4. You may also need to run this through a cheesecloth to get out all pieces.

Stroopwafle S'mores Old Fashioned

Combine infused mezcal, infused rum, bitters and simple syrup in a mixing glass with ice.

Stir 25-30 times, then strain into a glass with ice. Garnish with a tiny stroopwafle s'more if desired. Or, a flaming marshmallow, but don't forget to blow it out first before drinking!


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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 175Sodium: 10mgCarbohydrates: 11.9g

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