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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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apple pie moonshine

http://www.moonshineheritage.com/blo...pie-moonshine/

Do not use vodka as it gives it an off taste. Everclear is the way to go.

And yes, done properly, it does taste like apple pie filling. Tastes good chilled, room temperature, or warmed up.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #2
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Yah vodka is supposed to have a taste. I wouldn't think it would go with apple/cin.

I can't see how it would "get better in a few weeks." Is the sugar breaking down or something. Maybe they're just getting used to it after the initial kick to the face.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:30 PM   #3
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I've sampled some of that. No bite, just tasted like apple pie. For a non drinker like myself, 1/2 a water glass temporarily changed my outlook on life. Whew!

BTW, it was at a certain fun shop, that this happened.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:33 PM   #4
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I've only had it made by the oldtimers & they used brown sugar.

Some said they enjoyed it in the winter warmed up. They would put some in a sealed jar & put the jar in heated water. Can't just put it in a pan & heat it as the alcohol will evaporate.

First time I had apple pie it was warmed up. That was back in late 1973.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:35 PM   #5
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Hawk if you like that ,most grocery stores this time of year has the little packs of spiced Apple cider in a coffee cup add about 1/4 to1/3 of uhm well moonshine Apple brandy or just your favorite whattever you will not belive how good it is and only takes about 2 minutes to make really give it a try and its pretty cheap too

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:38 PM   #6
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Tried it & its just not as good as apple pie.

BTW, last time I helped make it, apple cider was purchased in gallon glass jug. Made a great container for the bulk of the apple pie. Rest went into quart mason jars.


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Duke, reason to let it sit for a few weeks is to allow the cin sticks to do their thing.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 05:40 PM   #8
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A friend of mine makes Maple syrup, and adds a little to the clear beverage. Just enough to slightly flavor it. It was also pretty good. Only tried one shot glass of it.

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Well, I agree but for 99 cents its kinda like McDonald's versus mom lol

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I just visited my brother in Western north carolina for thanksgiving and he was able to get two quarts of shine from a friend...we made apple pie out of one and I brought one home to NY. We drank some and it was good. I have a quart I am taking with me on a steelhead fishing trip after xmas....Good stuff and it has some history behind it which is cool. We were looking for recipes and there are many out there...I can only imagine cider would be more traditional. We used apple juice.....white sugar and cinnamon sticks....some recipes had brown sugar, some had brown sugar and white sugar mixed.

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Late 70s was with a friend that made some. All of it went into quart mason jars And a cinnamon stick into each jar. His wife used the gallon apple cider jugs for making wine with various berries.

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If you are offered a taste by Mags Bennett, use your own glass.

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Old December 5th, 2012, 06:36 PM   #13
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Ole Smokey Distillery in Tennessee makes their own blend of Apple Pie shine:
http://www.olesmokymoonshine.com/

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Not moonshine, but I have freeze "distilled" it and gotten good results.

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I use a gallon of whisky, a gallon of juice, a gallon of soft cider, a small bottle of vanilla extract, a bottle of cinnamon sticks and a small box of dark brown sugar. Combine all but the whisky in a big pot & simmer it a little while, let it cool then add the whisky. Put in quart jars with a single cinnamon stick in each
and pass out the Christmas cheer!

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