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Pumpkin Pie Flavored Whiskey Heralds The Arrival Of Fall

With the final moments of summer fading rapidly towards fall, flavored whiskey label Rattlesnake Rosie’s has revealed a new pumpkin pie flavored whiskey for those who truly love this taste profile.

The new Rattlesnake Rosie’s Pumpkin Pie Flavored Whiskey, according to those behind it, is a flavored whiskey featuring “a blend of natural pumpkin with hints of cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and vanilla. It is 70 proof with 35% alcohol.” It is produced at Iron Smoke, an upstate New York farm-based distillery.

“This is the perfect toast to the harvest season and our favorite holiday – Halloween,” said Tommy Brunett, Iron Smoke CEO and co-founder, in a prepared statement. “It’s scary good and delicious as all get out. One sip is all it takes!”

Rattlesnake Rosie’s Pumpkin Pie Flavored Whiskey
With the final moments of summer fading rapidly towards fall, flavored whiskey label Rattlesnake Rosie’s has revealed a new pumpkin pie flavored whiskey for those who truly love this taste profile. (image via Iron Smoke)

This release, usage wise, is seen as being perfect adding a shot to your coffee or adding to some type of fall based dessert.

“This is perfect for fall house parties plus our mixologists are crushing it in our tasting room with pumpkin coffee drinks and a delicious take on the classic Old Fashioned,” added Brunett. “They also have an easy version of a boiler maker called the ‘Smashing Pumpkin’ where you toss a shot into a half filled pint glass of pumpkin beer and then just throw it down the hatch!”

750 ml bottles of Rattlesnake Rosie’s Pumpkin Pie Whiskey are available for around $45 at various outlets plus the Iron Smoke Distillery.

The Rattlesnake Rosie’s label, for those unfamiliar with it, produces a range of flavored whiskeys including such things as apple pie, maple bacon and chocolate peanut butter pie.

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