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Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine

June 16, 2015 Food + Drink

Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine’s Bright Options

Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine

We get it: Whether you are an urbanite or suburbanite, most of you still have this insatiable urge to occasionally get back to basics and feed your primal instincts. And, what better way to getting back to nature than climbing a mountain or even just going to the hills so many of you love? While this rugged side of you is not necessarily a part of your lifestyle girls always want to embrace, some ways of feeding those instincts are far more pleasing than others. Fortunately, there’s a drink that should quench your thirst for refreshing flavor and that feeling of heading back to nature and the hills.

Tennessee’s first ever legal moonshine producer, the world famous Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, steps up with a 40 proof beverage that almost begs to be consumed straight out of its jar, the Apple Pie Moonshine. The 40 proof moonshine line also includes the Blackberry Moonshine, Peach Moonshine and Pineapple Moonshine. Then, of course, there’s the 80 proof line that consists of Hunch Punch Lightnin’, Lemon Drop Lightnin’ and Strawberry Lightnin.’ Or, you could opt for the 100 proof that includes Original Moonshine, Moonshine Cherries and White Lightnin.’

With all of these options, just forget the hills – girls aren’t much for camping anyway. And, while the journey out to the Smoky Mountains could be spectacular under the right set of conditions, we encourage you –just this once– to choose the easy way and reach for an authentic mountain experience in the form of the Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine. Here’s a refreshing cocktail recipe we’re confident you, and your lady, are sure to enjoy!

The Moonshine Mule
Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Mule

-1 part Ole Smoky White Lightnin’
-2 part Ginger Beer

Instructions: Remember to mix well and top it with Angostura Bitters. Then, use a fresh wedge of lime for garnish. Don’t worry gents, this mule won’t kick!

For more information on Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, be sure to visit OleSmoky.com. Also remember to like them at Facebook (Facebook.com/olesmoky), and follow them on Twitter (@olesmoky) and Instagram (@olesmoky).


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