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Baileys Apple Pie Liqueur Review

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Baileys Apple Pie Liqueur Review

If Baileys makes it, there’s a good chance we’ve tried it. So it was no surprised when a bottle of Baileys Apple Pie liqueur showed up at our doorsteps.  As usual, it’s a limited edition release for this fall, and with most of us trapped indoors this year, some of you may have missed it. Then again, the one thing the numbers show we all DID do this year was drink, so maybe it didn’t go unnoticed after all haha.

First Impression: If you’ve seen one Baileys bottle you’ve seen them all right? A caramel colored tint makes this one a little bit more noticeable, but you know what you’re getting here.

Nose: Whiskey, Cinnamon, Apple.

Tasting Notes:  Tastes like liquid Apple pie a la mode.  “Baileys Apple Pie Irish Cream Liqueur combines the taste of Irish Cream Liqueur with the magical flavors of freshly baked apple pie and rich vanilla ice cream. Hints of cinnamon and spices lead to a creamy vanilla finish.”

Price / Proof: $16.99-23.99,750ML  / 17% Abv, 34 Proof

Final Words: This one’s a real winner for us. If you aren’t into the sweet or creamy stuff, this won’t be for you, but if you are a fan of Baileys, or RumChata, or rich desserts, this needs to be on your bar cart at home. The baileys classic Irish cream blends perfectly with the cinnamon and apple infusion. This is perfect on it’s own, but for a real treat, try pouring it over a bowl of vanilla ice cream, you wont regret it.

Cheers!

For more information on Baileys Apple Pie Liqueur or any of their family of brands, feel free to visit their website at  www.Baileys.com.

 

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Alex is a full time consultant with 10+ years experience in the wine & spirits + consumer packaged goods industries. He is not a professional bartender, but is BarSmarts certified and makes a mean caipirinha. When not writing, Alex can be found traveling, spending time with his family, or bar hopping.

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