Everybody loves a good, strong drink in the evening to wind down after a long day. Some people prefer beer or wine, while others love the unique taste of a freshly mixed cocktail.
Sure, vodka and gin are fun but have you ever experienced the complexity of an Ole Smokey Moonshine cocktail?
Ole Smoky Moonshine is a Tennessee-made liquor that tastes great when mixed with almost anything! If you’re unsure of how to drink Ole Smokey Moonshine and need some ideas for tasty moonshine cocktails, you’ve come to the right place.
Served in a mason jar with a salt rim, the Ole Smokey Moonshine Margarita is another tasty cocktail option. The tangy taste of lime combined with a salty finish makes this drink both refreshing and satisfying. The moonshine gives it a unique taste, different from what you’re used to with a traditional tequila-based margarita, but the flavors blend nicely.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! For all of you ice cream lovers out there, the boozy strawberry milkshake is the perfect cocktail for you. The white chocolate strawberry cream Ole Smokey moonshine combines with vanilla ice cream and fresh strawberries to bring you the tastiest cocktail to ever grace this earth.
The Peanut Butter ole Fashioned is a drink that suits those who love sweet flavors but also long for the bitter spike of alcohol. Mix the traditional Ole Smokey moonshine with the special peanut butter-flavored blend and add some bitters to create this crafty and tasty cocktail.
The smooth finish and bold taste will have you wanting more for sure.
For a summer-inspired Ole Smokey moonshine cocktail, try the Cherry Limeade. This cocktail is sweet yet also refreshing and gives you a taste of summer. To make this cocktail, all you need is Ole Smokey Hunch Punch Lightnin moonshine, grenadine, fresh lime juice, and lemon-lime soda such as sprite or 7Up.
The Tennessee Bulldog is the perfect cocktail for coffee and espresso lovers. To create this unique blend of ingredients, you start with Ole Smokey Salted Caramel whiskey then add coffee liquor, milk and a splash of Coke.
Another great Ole Smokey Moonshine cocktail recipe that’s perfect for Java lovers is the Mocha Almond. The Mocha Almond combines Mountain Java Moonshine, milk or half and half, and Amaretto. You’ll love the nutty flavor and silky aftertaste this drink has to offer.
The Salty Caramel Apple Martini is another perfect cocktail recipe for the fall. The salty-sweet combination of the salt and caramel combined with the tart taste of the apple creates a delicious flavor blend. Your taste buds will be screaming for more after just one sip of this autumn cocktail.
Some people love a little kick to their drink; if that’s you, then you will definitely want to consider trying the Heat Wave cocktail. The authentic Mango Habanero Ole Smokey whiskey mixes well with pineapple juice, lemon-lime soda, and grenadine to concoct this one-of-a-kind cocktail. Spicy yet also sweet, the flavor profile of this drink is like no other.
Another tasty Ole Smokey Moonshine Cocktail is the Salty Caramel Sour. This cocktail is perfect for a cold fall nightcap that’s both sour and sweet. The smooth taste of the whiskey and sweetness from the caramel combined with the sour finish of the lemon twist makes this cocktail unique and flavorful.
Finally, when listing the top Ole Smokey Moonshine cocktails we just had to include the iconic Smoky Mountain Sunrise. This tangy, tropical cocktail is perfect for sipping while enjoying a day on the beach.
These top Ole Smoky Moonshine cocktails are all great choices if you’re looking for a cocktail that brings out the unique taste of moonshine whiskey. Cheers to more tasty cocktails!
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I have always had a deep interest in the restaurant and bar industry. My restaurant experience began in 1997 at the age of 14 as a bus boy. By the time I turned 17 I was serving tables, and by 19 I was bartending/bar managing 6-7 nights a week.
In 2012, after a decade and a half of learning all facets of the industry, I opened my first restaurant/bar. In 2015, a second location followed, the latter being featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.