When my mom made her apple pie many, many years ago, she used apple pie spice that she got abroad. There simply wasn't one available in the local market. Many things have changed throughout the years, but today, I still cannot find apple pie spice locally. (In fact, there were spices available before that are no longer being sold these days, perhaps due to lack of popularity or marketability... but that's a different story).
The next best thing? Make your own!
Here's mine -
what's cute is the tool that I mixed it with. A whisk is popular
enough and there's lots in the market. But this is what I found in one
of the boxes of my mom's stuff - a "baby" whisk! I say "baby" because
it really is little, so much so that a spoon is bigger! And I remember
it well from my tween years (if I remember correctly my mom had several
of them!) and I've never found a practical use for it (except to beat
eggs but honestly, I just use a fork!)
days, however, I realized how useful that little tool could be. It was
absolutely perfect for mixing together a batch of spices to make my
proprietary blend of apple pie spice!
Anyway, here are some apple pie spice recipes that I followed - here's one, another one, and yet another one. Sometimes I add more of one ingredient or less of another, depending on my particular mood. I guess what I'm trying to say is, you can pretty much blend your own depending on your personal taste!