Ole Smoky Pumpkin Pie Moonshine

Ole Smoky

Pumpkin Pie Moonshine

(0.7l, 20%)

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It’s a grown-up, hard-liquor version of a Thanksgiving favorite.

In 2009 the State of Tennessee changed its laws to allow the making of Moonshine again for the first time in more than one hundred years. Joe Baker and his family jumped at the chance to get into the game. They have had raging success since then, opening four themed, visitor-friendly distilleries in their home state and creating a broad range of twenty-seven flavored Moonshines and a dozens Whiskies that are now available across the United States and around the world — some of them strong enough to peel the paint off a battleship.

Ole Smoky Pumpkin Pie Moonshine is like drinking a hard-liquor version of pumpkin pie… it’s that simple. They take their popular Moonshine and infuse nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla. Because their Moonshine recipe is grain-forward, it’s almost like you can taste the crust too at 40 proof. You can sit back and enjoy all that flavor while watching the big game any day of the year and you feel like you get to have Thanksgiving dinner all over again. How fun is that? 

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    United States
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  • Distillery
    Ole Smoky Distillery
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    Ole Smoky Distillery

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What does Ole Smoky Pumpkin Pie Moonshine taste like?

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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but a final filter through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln Country Process) is what some producers say differentiates Tennessee whiskey from its Kentucky cousin. The finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm Caramel

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Baking spices and sweet granola

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Malt and cinnamon blooming into a savory pumpkin pie

Rich with baking spices and sweet potato
Ratings & Reviews
Sweet, so sweet! What a marvellous surprise. No idea what to expect but absolutely love this. It's like eating pumpkin pie in the sunshine with an extra helping of honey drizzled all over everything. I would recommend eating something very, very plain with this, or salty to break the taste: even a piece of toast with honey on it tasted terrible when after taking a sip of this moonshine. It won't be for every palate but I ordered it for an American thanksgiving celebration and loved it.
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