Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Launches Pineapple Moonshine
In the midst of winter comes a ray of warmth from Tennessee! On February 1, Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine® will roll out its newest flavor, Ole Smoky® Pineapple Moonshine™, debuting in the Aloha State of Hawaii and the Golden State of California, with the union of pineapple and warm weather.
Ole Smoky takes you straight to the beach, day or night, with its latest recipe, infusing its Original Moonshine with a tropical flavor loved all around the world. Sweet and delicious, Ole Smoky Pineapple Moonshine can be enjoyed straight out of the jar, over ice, or even mixed into a Pineapple Margarita! It’s Beachin’!
At 40 proof, Ole Smoky Pineapple Moonshine is packaged in the same traditional 750 ml mason jars as other Ole Smoky products and will be priced $20-$25, depending on the retailer. Pineapple is just one of many new flavors that Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine® will release this year. For additional information on available varieties, please visit http://www.olesmokymoonshine.com/varieties/. You can also find Ole Smoky on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter @OleSmoky and Instagram @olesmokymoonshine.
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About Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine®
Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine® currently retails eight flavors of moonshine made using authentic East Tennessee recipes, jarred and shipped directly from the company’s famed Gatlinburg distillery. The Ole Smoky Moonshine™ distillery, known as The Holler, is America’s most visited distillery and produces the brand’s signature flavors. Original Moonshine, White Lightnin’™, Moonshine Cherries™, Peach Moonshine™, Apple Pie Moonshine™, Blackberry Moonshine™, Strawberry Moonshine™ and Lemon Drop Moonshine™ are available in 49 states and Canada. Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine can be found at local retailers and is sampled and sold at some of the biggest music and sporting events in the country. True to its roots, each Ole Smoky Moonshine flavor is born from the hand-crafted recipes of the Tennessee families who have been filling moonshine jars and jugs in the Smoky Mountains for more than a century.