Joe’s take on Seasonal Pumpkin and Apple Pie Cream Liqueur

8 Oct

This October is really the best time for these creamy, sweet liquors. By the time Christmas rolls around, you are pretty much tired of them as much as you are tired of hearing “Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer”. But, right now, these are tasty treats that make for a nice finish to any meal.

We presently are featuring Fulton’s Harvest and Pennsylvanian Dutch “Original” Pumpkin Cream Liqueur in the store. Both are an exceptionally tasty, aromatic seasonal treat. Fulton’s Pumpkin Pie is not too sweet and is most refreshing when served chilled. Personally, I would rather these liquors chilled than on the rocks. When sipping, you can enjoy the creamy flavor rather than sip ice cubes..

Flulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liquor
A spicy blend to set the mood for this autumn season. Creamy and smooth, this pumpkin, brown sugar and nutmeg combination is a delicious complement to your homemade pies and coffee.

On its own as a cocktail, served chilled or on the rocks. Always a good “greeting” cocktail.

Fulton’s also has an Apple Pie Liquor. This treat has been the big surprise this autumn season.

Pennsylvanian Dutch “Original” Pumpkin Cream Liqueur

To the nose it is a bit like a Yankee Candle Spiced Pumpkin. Anyone will taste the hazelnut and those with a more sensitive palette might notice nutmeg, vanilla, and cinnamon. A bit on the sweet side and very creamy – like pumpkin ice cream. It is smooth and dangerous with no alcohol bite at all…. Sip it slow! The label is impressive as well – this makes for an excellent gift when invited to autumn leaf raking party!

Here are some other favorite recipes:

Autumn Sunrise
2 oz. Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur
1 oz. Gold Tequila
Add tequila and Pumpkin Cream Liqueur and fill with coffee. Garnish with whipped cream

Full Harvest Moon
2 oz. Pumpkin Cream Liqueur
1 oz. Amaretto
Pour Pumpkin Cream Liqueur into a rocks glass with ice and fill with Amaretto.
Stir and serve.

Other recipes include this in pumpkin pie, ice cream, cookies, pumpkin bread, muffins and martinis

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