50% Corn. 50% Cane. 100% Sweet History

T.J. Pottinger Sugar*Shine

Thomas Jefferson “Jeff” Pottinger, the grandson of Captain Samuel Pottinger Sr., who established the first pioneer outpost in 1781 in nearby southern Nelson County, our T.J. Pottinger Sugar*Shine traces its roots back to 1781.

While other sugar shines are often criticized for being tasteless, Emily Hutto of The Hooch Life says, “You’ll forget all that once you take a sip of this delicious spirit. It’s super sweet, but not overpowering.”

“I’m now currently swimming in one of my favorite finds: the beauties distilled by Limestone Branch Distillery in Lebanon, Kentucky.” Gustavo Arellano

OC Weekly


Original 50/50/50

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 50%

Apple Cinnamon

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 20%

Blackberry

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 25%

Cherry

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 20%

JalapeƱo

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 25%

Pumpkin Pie

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 20%

Strawberry

  • Corn 50%
  • Cane 50%
  • Alcohol 25%

Get Your Sugar*Shine

Find out where to buy your favorite flavor of our T.J. Pottinger Sugar*Shine
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T.J. Pottinger Sugar*Shine Recipes

Drink it neat, on the rocks, or in a delicious cocktail. Here’s some inspiration for your next cocktail.

Vanilla Moonshine Lemonade

  • 4 cups sugar
  • 4 cups fresh lemon juice
  • 2 lemons, sliced
  • Vanilla MoonPie Moonshine (to taste)

Combine sugar with 4 cups of water to make a simple syrup. Heat and stir until sugar is dissolved. Allow it to cool. Then add lemon juice and lemon slices, stirring to combine. We’ve found it’s best to add the Moonshine by the glass to let everyone have it to their taste.

Chocolate Orange

  • Half a can of orange soda
  • One shot Chocolate MoonPie Moonshine
  • 5 mint leaves

Muddle mint leaves in glass with Chocolate MoonPie Moonshine. Add ice and pour on orange soda

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