This Blue Raspberry Taffy Moonshine recipe uses a classic summer flavor to overhaul a renowned drink! Moonshine doesn’t have to taste bad or look boring!
When I was about 18 I had my first taste of moonshine. It was the kind made in secret in jars under a bed. I didn’t like it much at all. The clear liquid was super strong and it didn’t taste good. Homemade moonshine has changed. This Blue Raspberry Taffy Moonshine recipe uses a classic summer flavor to overhaul a renowned drink. Moonshine doesn’t have to taste bad or look boring! Here’s instructions on how to make it.
Blue Raspberry Taffy Moonshine
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- large saucepan
- 2x 8oz mason jars with lids
- measuring cups
- measuring spoons
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- 1 cups sugar
- 4 cups water
- 2 cups Everclear
- 1 tbsp marshmallow flavoring
- 1 cup blue raspberry taffy
Pour two cups of water into a large saucepan.
Heat up the water on high and add the sugar.
Stir until the sugar is completely dissolved.
Remove the sugar mix from the heat and allow it to cool completely.
Add the rest of the water, Everclear, and marshmallow flavoring to the sugar mix and stir to combine.
Place taffy into each mason jar, filling it half way full.
Transfer the liquor mix into mason jars.
Place the moonshine in the refrigerator and let it sit for a week before usage.
Drain the liquid into a pitcher using a strainer.
Be sure to remove all the remains of the candy.
Pour the liquor back into your mason jars and shake to combine.