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American as Apple Pie

Spirits / January 12, 2015 / No Comments.

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Most Americans prefer to drink beer to any alcoholic beverage and while wine and liquor are closing in, a cold one still tops the charts in most states. However, in 2014, liquor sales increased by over $900,000 in Wyoming. Some think the healthy economy is to thank, some think it’s part of the blue-collar culture. One Wyoming native has another explanation: the cold. The most popular spirits are vodka and Canadian whiskeys—with sales of apple-flavored whiskey dominating the list. Whether it’s a change in taste or the need for a liquid blanket on cold Wyoming nights, sales of liquor are on the rise and we hope spirits are too.

Even if you’re not in Wyoming, you can still enjoy some of the apple-flavored whiskeys available. Pick your poison and enjoy!

  • Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack Tennessee Cider has a crisp Red Delicious apple flavor followed by orange and hints of spices like cinnamon. Jack recommends you serve it warm.
  • Crown Royal Regal Apple Flavored Whisky is reminiscent of a candy apple with the taste of cinnamon, clove, and oak. If you like your whiskey on the sweeter side, this one is for you.
  • Piehole Apple Pie Whiskey tastes like fresh apple and cinnamon with a hint of brown sugar. If you find yourself craving a slice of grandma’s pie with a grownup twist, this whiskey’s got you covered.

 Do you have a favorite flavored whiskey?




Reviews / November 22, 2014 / No Comments.


Let’s give thanks because Pie flavored whiskey is here and it’s just in time for the holiday. Piehole “is a tempting blend of premium whiskey & delicious pie-flavored liqueur” that will remind you of your grandma’s favorite pie recipes. Piehole comes in three flavors: apple, cherry & pecan – no surprise there. We were lucky enough to give all three flavors a shot (see what we did there?) and as promised they were sweet, but not too sweet.

We tried each flavor straight up and á la mode, which means whipped cream was involved. Not surprisingly, apple was the favorite with pecan and cherry following close behind. We can definitely see ourselves shooting some Piehole this holiday season (or all year round) when we’re craving something sweet. Granted, we won’t be shocked if the sweetness is too much for those who fancy themselves whiskey connoisseurs but Piehole isn’t promising to be something it’s not. Oh, and did we mention the pin-up ladies?

Check out some other ways to enjoy Piehole here. Since it’s new, make sure to ask around at your local bar or liquor store so you can slice off a shot!