Blackberry Sunset Cocktail Recipe – Sugarlands Distilling Style
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Blackberries are in peak season during the Summer and that is why this Blackberry Sunset, featuring Sugarlands Blackberry Moonshine, is the perfect cocktail to fend off those hot Summer nights!
I know I caught your attention when I mentioned cocktail and moonshine in the same sentence! I get it, that normally doesn’t go hand in hand, but the moonshine that Sugarlands distills isn’t your typical moonshine. Granted, years ago “white lightening” was 100% pure and wasn’t so “easily” available as it is now. Things are all lot different now and the moonshine now isn’t nothing like what used to be around.
The five distillers at Sugarlands, together with their backgrounds in distilling and their passion for their craft, have created quite a variety of unique flavors for your enjoyment!
**Make sure you check out the printable recipe at the bottom of the post and an extra bonus!
Some of the flavors that are available at Sugarlands Distilling are:
Jim Tom Hedrick’s Unaged Rye
Mark Roger’s American Peach
Mark & Digger’s Rye Apple
Mark & Digger’s Hazelnut Rum
Tickle’s Dynamite Cinnamon
Patti’s Wild Mayhaw
Appalachian Apple Pie
Mint Condition Peppermint
Old Fashioned Lemonade
Silver Cloud Tennessee Sour Mash
Southern Sweet Tea
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Butter Pecan Sippin’ Cream
Dark Chocolate Coffee Sippin’ Cream
Electric Orange Sippin’ Cream
Roaming Man Tennessee Straight Rye Whiskey
Have you ever had a Blackberry Sunset before? I have to admit that this one of the more unique cocktails that I have ever tried before. The Cayenne definitely adds a totally different taste to the cocktail!
Blockader’s Blackberry Moonshine – Blockader’s Blackberry Moonshine blends the natural flavors of ripe berries with the floral fragrances of honeysuckle and lavender with a velvety mouthfeel and a long, nectarous finish. You can enjoy Blockader’s Blackberry Moonshine with your favorite peach, plum, or citrus flavor. Port wine cheese pares perfectly with this moonshine!
Here is the recipe for Blackberry Sunset:
3 oz Blockader’s Blackberry Moonshine
3 oz pineapple juice
2 oz club soda
1 pineapple slice
Dash of cayenne pepper
Build ingredients over ice.
Garnish with a blackberry and pineapple slice.
Top with cayenne pepper.
Makes 1 serving
**Make sure you check out the printable recipe at the bottom of the post!
Here is a bonus recipe for German Chocolate Shooters!
1 oz Hazelnut Rum
1 oz Pina Colada
Combine in a shaker tin with ice, shake vigorously and strain into a shot glass.
And another bonus! A recipe for a yummy Tiramisu Martini With A Twist!
About Our Sponsor
Have you heard of Sugarlands Distilling before? Sugarlands is in the heart of the Smokies in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Sugarlands is a full functioning distillery and entertainment venue. You can sample their award-winning line of spirits, take behind the scenic tours of the still house, enjoy live music and of course purchase souvenirs!
Sugarlands was also rated the #1 thing to do in Gatlinburg on Trip Advisor! So, you know you definitely have to add Sugarlands to your bucket list of things to do when you visit Gatlinburg!
**Remember to please drink responsibly!
Blackberry Sunset Cocktail - Sugarlands Distilling Style
- 3 oz Blockader’s Blackberry Moonshine
- 3 oz pineapple juice
- 2 oz club soda
- 1 blackberry
- 1 pineapple slice
- Dash of cayenne pepper
- Build ingredients over ice.
- Garnish with a blackberry and pineapple slice.
- Top with cayenne pepper.