Diageo releases pie-flavoured whisky liqueurs

19th November, 2014 by Melita Kiely

Diageo has combined the flavours of Canadian whisky with freshly baked pies to create a new pie liqueur flavoured whisky range.


Piehole comprises three flavours including Cherry Pie, Pecan Pie and Apple Pie

The Piehole range, which is recommended to be consumed as a shot, comprises three flavours of Apple Pie, Cherry Pie and Pecan Pie.

Each expression has been aged between four to eight years and bottled in Canada.

“Many people remember that feeling you get when you first taste Grandma’s pies fresh from the oven,” commented Kristin Markovich, senior innovation manager, whiskey.

“Piehole is our way of bringing that delicious memory to consumers for any fun occasion and we hope people everywhere will open their pie holes to try these three mouth-watering flavours.”

Piehole Apple Pie Canadian whisky is described as offering flavours of sweet apple pie filling, baked crust with a hint of cinnamon and clove spice, while Piehole Pecan Pie is said to taste of toasted pecans with Bourbon vanilla extract, dark brown sugar and baked pie crust.

Piehole Cherry Pie has flavours of sweet baked cherries, buttery pastry and baked pie crust.

With an abv of 35%, Piehole liqueur flavoured whiskeys are available from November at an RRP of CA$14.99 per 750ml bottle.

2 Responses to “Diageo releases pie-flavoured whisky liqueurs”

  1. Dram says:

    So this is what is going to help Diageo out of their spiral? Chemically flavoured whisky? With sex on the label?
    You know what WOULD HELP, if Diageo’s Lagavulin 16 was $70 Canadian in Ontario, instead of $121 Canadian.

  2. Ken Cummings says:

    We are looking for a seller of Piehole liquors closer to Santa Rosa, CA than the town of Lakeport, several hours drive away.

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