how to add fruit flavor to moonshine?

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Answered: Ceramic mold of a moonshine jug

If you go to a hobby shop or arts and crafts store, they should be able to help you. I only know of jugs made by hand, but there probably are slip molds for them as well.

Answered: Moonshine

I like the Swedish method of infusion. Basically, you add fruits or berries or herbs to the liquid and store for 6 months to a year, then strain it. The liquor takes on the flavor of whatever it has been infused with.

Answered: Fruit Cup Day for the Fruit Cups

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Answered: Flavors

I should eat different kinds of flavors in mint. There are more then 20 mint plants growing around the world the number of flavors and hybrids you can produce with it are endless.

Answered: Making a raspberry coffee syrup

You can try this product. Stirling Gourmet Raspberry Coffee Flavoring Syrup
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