Moonshine goes legit with Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, old time American whiskey delivered in Mason jars. Distiller Joe Baker says: “I grew up around the culture of moonshine and cooked my first mash when I was about 14. We mill our own freshly grown corn at our family’s gristmill just a few miles from where we distill it. Our moonshine recipe dates back to my great-great-grandfather. We take our time and run it through our copper pot still slowly, so as not to strip all the character out of the corn.” Mmmm… Traditional methods are refined, using controlled temperatures, pure, ionized water, and double-distillation to take the sharp edge off. Four versions are available, including Original Moonshine for sipping, Moonshine Cherries with fresh Tennessee maraschinos, and Apple Pie, moonshine blended with pure apple juice, ground cinnamon and other spices, and White Lightnin’ for mixing. Available in selected stores in certain US states, or…online.