Stop drinking it for a second and cook with it
First step: Buy cheap bourbon. He says it's a shame when people waste perfectly good bourbon that'll get burned up in the cooking process anyways. But once you have an inexpensive bottle at hand, use it in the kitchen.
Some of the recipes he recommends adding bourbon to are bourbon-soaked maple syrup and pancakes, bourbon shrimp & grits, and bourbon chocolate cookies. In the shrimp & grits' case, it's as easy as adding whiskey to your shrimp just before they're cooked through.
Lee Breslouer writes about food and drink for Thrillist, and thinks an Old Fashioned a day keeps the doctor away. Follow him at @LeeBreslouer, because you can't make up a name that good.