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  1. #1
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    Bourbon Apple Pie

    I was at my moms house today and she was making an apple pie, i told her she should add some bourbon to it, so we added some eagle rare 17yr, boy that thing tasted good. Anyone else added some bourbon to their apple pies.

  2. #2
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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    I use some in my pecan pies (something I highly recommend), but I've never thought to try it in an apple pie. I'll have to try to remember that!

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    I like using bourbon in any recipe that calls for vanilla extract.

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    Le Nell, it was very nice meeting you and Ben. Your rum cake was extremely good. I don't think I mentioned that I have a 9 rum Caribbean blend going. It is composed of a rich Demerara long aged in Edinburgh, Scotland, a golden Barbadian rum (Mount Gay), two Cuban rums (a 3 year old and 8 year old Havana Club), one rum imported by Newfoundland Liquor Corporation from, I believe, Demerara again, the deep black Gosling from Bermuda and some 21 and 23 year old Jamaican pot still rum. It is champion and actually better than any bourbon or whiskey blend I have devised to date. I call it Caribbean Party.

    Gary

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    Dr Rum-N-Stein

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    Well, that's right Ed, and I'll have to be satisfied with the rum (ahem) version, having missed in B'town Dane's Bourbon-stein mixture. Dane, I dub you an honourary Stein.

    Gary

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    With regards to Dane's 'single-vat' bourbon(s), I'll go so far as to say it tasted better than it smelled.

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    And the scary part is that I plan on bringing it back to every Gazebo shindig til it's gone. Chuck, you shoulda poured it out when you had a chance.

  9. #9
    Bourbonian of the Year 2002 and Guru
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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    I definitely poured out what was in my glass. Who said, "life is too short to drink lousy bourbon"?

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    Re: Bourbon Apple Pie

    Shakespeare?

 

 

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