Kathy Griffin Recipe

Apple Pie Moonshine ( a version of the Ole Smoky Moonshine)

By Kathy Griffin bamagirl125


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While in Gatlinburg Tn i bought some Ole Smoky Moonshine and we got the recipe for their Apple Pie Moonshine, since you cant buy the Grain Moonshine here i started using EverClear which is a grain alcohol. This is so yummy

Ingredients

1/2 gal
apple cider
1/2 gal
100% apple juice
1 c
sugar
2 stick
cinnamon
10 oz
everclear grain alcohol

Directions Step-By-Step

1
in a large pot pour the apple juice and apple cider, add sugar and cinnamon sticks, heat well until sugar has dissolved, REMOVE FROM HEAT. add 10 - 12 ounces Everclear and stir well
2
Pour back into the juice bottles adding a cinnamon stick to each one. Let cool, then refrigerate.
3
There will be some that doesn't go back into the juice bottles so you may as well grab a mug and have some, this can be served hot or over ice, so good, but watch out, you don't realize you are drinking alcohol and may get carried away,,lol,, ENJOY

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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5 Comments

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Kathy Griffin bamagirl125
Oct 21, 2012
Sharon this stuff is so so good and oh yea remove from heat lol... I have to watch myself when I drink this because it doesn't taste like there is any alcohol in it and I tend to FORGET lol,,, glad y'all enjoyed it
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sharon morgan wolfwoman54
Oct 21, 2012
I MADE THIS DRINK FOR A HALLOWEEN TRAIL RIDE. IT WAS COLD AND RAINING ALL DAY. I DID USE EVER CLEAR ,HOWEVER WHEN POURING IN LIQUOR HAVE IT OFF FIRE I THOUGHT THIS STYFF WAS GONNA BLOW UP. NO KIDDING. I TOTED DRINKS ALL NIGHTAROUND THE CAMP,REALY DIDNT HAVE TIME TO DRINK ANY MYSELF.THE NEXT DAY THERE WERE AL;OT OF TRAILRIDERS THAT WERE ASKING FOR ASPRIN,LOL AND THEY ALL WANTED MY RECIPE.MINE WAS NAMED WITCHES BREW,IT WAS FUN AND YES ALL HAD FUN.
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Oct 30, 2011 - S I shared this recipe with discussion group: Let's Have a Drink!
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Oct 28, 2011 - Penny Hall shared this recipe with discussion group: Cooking with Beer and other Alcohol