Kentucky Bourbon Pecan Pie

Red Truck Bakery takes their traditional (and very tasty) pecan pie, add a splash of top-shelf bourbon to the filling along with a handful of chocolate chips. They bake and ship their pies in a hefty metal pan, which makes a great gift!

Started in a Virginia farmhouse over 30 years ago, Brian Noyes’ Red Truck Bakery is one of Condé Nast Traveler’s 13 Destination Bakeries in America. Named after the red 1954 Ford truck Brian used to deliver his rustic baked goods to local country stores, Red Truck Bakery has gained a cult-like following that includes Oprah and former President Barack Obama—with Roadfood’s Jane & Michael Stern being among some of their loudest and proudest early supporters.

$40

Red Truck Bakery takes their traditional (and very tasty) pecan pie, add a splash of top-shelf bourbon to the filling along with a handful of chocolate chips. They bake and ship their pies in a hefty metal pan, which makes a great gift!

Started in a Virginia farmhouse over 30 years ago, Brian Noyes’ Red Truck Bakery is one of Condé Nast Traveler’s 13 Destination Bakeries in America. Named after the red 1954 Ford truck Brian used to deliver his rustic baked goods to local country stores, Red Truck Bakery has gained a cult-like following that includes Oprah and former President Barack Obama—with Roadfood’s Jane & Michael Stern being among some of their loudest and proudest early supporters.

More Details

Each Pie is 9" and serves 8 people

Use And Care

  • Pies are made fresh and arrive ready to enjoy
  • Upon arrival, place at room temperature, in the refrigerator or freezer
  • Pies can be stored at room temperature for 3 days, in the refrigerator for 5 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months
  • To serve, heat in a preheated 350 oven for approximately 15 minutes until warmed through

Delivery Options

Custom Orders

Need to modify this item or place a corporate order? Contact us.