From Mango and Ginger: Cups of Cheer

Monday, December 21, 2015 Cups of Cheer The holiday season offers a lot of opportunities to do a little drinking...which means it also offers my inbox a lot of PR emails including cocktail recipes. This makes me happy. It also makes me feel like sharing. So, here are three of my favorite drink recipes that landed in my ...

Food and Beverage World Review: Sugarlands Shine

George’s Rants and Raves: Sugarlands Shine   From the Article:   "Honest to goodness, if the current trend to create thousands of new flavors of distilled spirits continues at its current rate, liquor stores are going to have to grow to Walmart Super Store size to accommodate all those new products and flavors. Some vodka distillers already have almost ...

Check us out in Bon Appetit Magazine!

Try Apple Pie Flavored Moonshine: It's Not Illegal, We Promise   From the article:   "Is there anything more American than apple pie? Allow us to propose a competitor: apple pie-flavored moonshine. Yep, moonshine—the high proof spirit that immediately brings to mind illegal imbibing and burning throats. But don’t turn your nose up in disgust quite yet because, despite ...

Moonshine Ice Pop Recipes!

It's officially summer and the temperatures are rising. Turn your favorite moonshine cocktail into a frozen ice pop with these fun recipes. Sugarlands Shine can be mixed with a variety of ingredients to make the perfect frozen treat. Please note, all moonshine portions should equal 1/4 of the entire recipe. Dice or blend all solid ingredients and ...

The “Gatlinburg” by Bob Peters

For many of you out there, summer means spending time in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. To honor our hometown, celebrity mixologist Bob Peters, from Charlotte, North Carolina—voted Best Bartender and Best Mixologist by readers ofCreative Loafing Charlotte and Charlotte magazine in 2014 —created a tasty summer drink using Sugarlands Shine. Check it out! Bob is also the bartender at ...

St. Patrick’s Day Moonshine Drink

Instead of drinking green beer this St. Patrick's Day, go for the GOLD and try this tasty moonshine cocktail made with award-winning Butterscotch Gold Sugarlands Shine.     The Black, Tan, and Gold Preparation: 1.) Fill a glass halfway with pale ale or lager then add the stout or porter. 2.) The top layer is best poured slowly over an upside-down tablespoon ...

Moonshine is the New Rumchatta

This simple moonshine shot is irresistibly creamy with a perfect balance of fresh blackberry popping through. It'll remind you of a slice of blackberry cobbler on vanilla ice cream and have you hollerin' "Sips Up"! Sugarlands Shine Shots - featuring Blockader's Blackberry and Horchata Liquor 1 oz. Blockader's Blackberry Sugarlands Shine 1 oz. Horchata liquor Serve chilled in a shot ...

The Dirty South Cocktail

What could be better in a true southern inspired cocktail than our award-winning Tennessee sour mash moonshine and a little okra? Let this classic moonshine cocktail transport you to the Dirty South and always Sip Wisely. The Dirty South 2 oz Silver Cloud Sugarlands Shine 1 Dash Vermouth 1 oz Olive juice 2 oz Grapefruit 1/4 oz Simple syrup 4 Basil leaves Muddle ...

Sugarlands Shine Noggin’

This moonshine cocktail is so delicious, you'll be singing holiday carols in no time! Sugarlands Shine Noggin' Recipe 1 part Butterscotch Gold 1/4 part Rumchata 1/2 part Kahlua 2 parts Eggnog Place all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, shake and pour into glass mug. Garnish with whip cream, raw sugar, and crushed butterscotch candy. or Simply pour a cup of eggnog, add 1.5 oz of ...

‘Tis the Season for Sangria

This delicious moonshine cocktail features two authentic Sugarlands Shine flavors, all the better for sharing with friends and family! Apple Shine Sangria Ingredients: 2 bottles red table wine 1 cup Appalachian Apple Pie Sugarlands Shine 1/2 cup Old Fashioned Lemonade Sugarlands Shine 1 1/2 cup orange juice 1 cup pomegranate juice 1/2 cup simple syrup Orange slices Red and green apple slices 3 cinnamon sticks Combine all ingredients ...