Today marks Pi Day, (3.14), so, in honor of all things pie, we thought we’d share a few special recipes from our friends at Piehole Whiskey! Even if Pi Day is not a holiday you would normally celebrate, it’s another great reason to whip up a cocktail—and what better to include in your Pi(e) Day drink than Piehole Whiskey? Lucky Apple -1.5 oz. PIEHOLE Whiskey with Apple Flavored Liqueur -3 oz. Ginger Beer -1 splash sour mix -1 splash of lemon-lime soda -Garnish with lime wedge Cherry Punch -1.5 oz.Read More
For Valentines Day, I’m sure you’re all going out to a fancy dinner with your loved ones, significant others, flames, or f*ck buddies. However, since Valentines Day falls on a Saturday this year, I imagine your plans for the evening will also include a little bit of “love potions,” if you will. So instead of picking up a box of Franzia or heading to a dive bar, why don’t you wow your sweetie with some unique homemade cocktails? Here are some exciting new Valentines-inspired cocktails from Crown Royal and PieholeRead More
The masterminds at Piehole Whiskey who brought us Apple Pie, Cherry Pie, and Pecan Pie whiskey have been busy concocting delicious recipes to help us party this holiday season. We owe them a big thank you, so show some love by treating yourself to these delectable drinks. Just Like Ma’s Ingredients: 1.25 oz Piehole Apple Pie .25 oz Stirrings Ginger Flavored Liqueur 1 dash of angostura bitters Splash of sour mix Glassware: Shotglass Preparation: Add ingredients to an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into a shot glass. AppleRead More
Like it or not, alcohol and pie are two staples of American gatherings, especially those involving family. Whiskey is often thought of as a “man’s drink,” and women who fraternize with such strong beverages are revered by less bold onlookers. The truth is, whiskey is an everyone drink, especially when it’s pie-flavored. That’s right, the geniuses at Piehole have blessed us with Apple Pie, Cherry Pie, and Pecan Pie flavored whiskey, and I have been lucky enough to try all three. When challenged with creating my own recipe using Piehole Whiskey, IRead More
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