Apple pie moonshine spritzer recipe with Ole Smoky

Apple Peach Spritzer
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Welcome to the third installment of my super simple moonshine recipes! If you’re new here, you’ll be delighted to know that these recipes are easy to make and pre-approved by yours truly.

Since Memorial Day weekend kicked off the unofficial start of summer, I thought this week would be the perfect time to introduce one of my favorite recipes: The peach apple spritzer.

It’s very light, very fruity and perfect for sipping by the pool. (Assuming you have been able to find one, that is).  

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A quick disclaimer: Some of these moonshine recipes are loosely based off of Ole Smoky®’s official recipes, which can be found on their website or picked up in-store. 

I made this spritzer using ingredients I found around my kitchen for convenience, but I offer a tip at the end on how you can spruce it up a bit more at home.

Apple pie moonshine spritzer ingredients

  • White spritzer or Sprite
  • Apple Pie Moonshine (I used Ole Smoky)
  • Lime juice
  • Peach-flavored simple syrup

Apple pie moonshine spritzer instructions

  • Pour 6 oz of white spritzer or Sprite into glass  
  • Add 2 oz of Apple Pie Moonshine
  • Add a splash of lime juice
  • Add peach-flavored simple syrup to taste

I actually used Sprite for my recipe and it turned out lovely.

But if you readers at home would like to opt for a “real” spritzer, try mixing club soda with white wine and use that instead.

I added the peach simple syrup to sweeten it up some more, and it made for a very light and fruity drink!  

Have you tried any of the mixing up any moonshine recipes? Let us know in the comments!

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