Apple Pie in a Glass
I am grabbing a seat on the Moonshine bandwagon after tasting this delightful concoction brewed up by our friend, Andrew. Apple pie in a glass. There’s plenty of alcohol in this recipe, but you sure don’t taste it so go easy on this stuff!
Pour it over a glass full of ice and sip (don’t gulp!) away. It’s delicious. The color is beautiful. A bottle of this would make an excellent hostess gift!
Apple Pie Moonshine
|By author||Andrew Rowland|
This Apple Pie Moonshine goes down easily. Serve in old fashioned filled with crushed ice!
- 2 Gallons apple cider (can use 1.5 gal. cider + .5 gal. apple juice)
- 1 Cup granulated sugar
- 1 Cup dark brown sugar
- 8 cinnamon sticks
- 1 Tablespoon ground cloves
- 1 Bottle (750 ml.) Everclear
- 1 Bottle (750 ml.) Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum
This Apple Pie Moonshine is delicious served over crushed ice. Enjoy!
|Heat cider to just below boiling. |
|Add both sugars and cinnamon sticks. Allow mixture to come to a boil then reduce heat to medium and cook for one hour, stirring occasionally. |
| -Remove from heat and add ground cloves |
|Allow mixture to cool to room temperature. Add Everclear and rum. Stir thoroughly. |
|Pour, mixture (along with cinnamon sticks) into bottles. You can place additional cinnamon sticks in bottles if desired.|
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