This moonshine recipe combines cotton candy, cotton candy vodka, sugar, and Everclear to make a delicious homemade moonshine. Plus, the bright green color of this cotton candy moonshine will certainly catch everyone’s attention!
After our Black Widow Venom Moonshine Recipe was such a huge hit, you guys have been asking me to share more homemade moonshine recipes. Well, the wait is over. Today I have this delicious green cotton candy moonshine recipe to share with you.
Who said cotton candy was just for kids? While the sugary-sweet candy may be a favorite of kids, it also makes a delicious homemade moonshine for grown-ups. This sweet spirit will have everyone feeling like kids again.
Not only is this moonshine infused with real cotton candy, but it also has the addition of cotton candy vodka. In other words, the cotton candy flavor is definitely going to shine through. Cotton candy is such an unexpected flavor when it comes to spirits, but oh-so-good!
What’s great about this green moonshine is that it’s super easy to make. You simply add the ingredients to the mason jars and let them in your fridge for one week. Just before serving, you’ll add the edible pearl dust to give your green cotton candy moonshine a shiny look.
This green moonshine is the perfect color for St. Patrick's Day, Christmas, or even Halloween. Of course, it is also perfect for any random day where you could use a sweet treat. Whatever the occasion, adults are going to love this homemade cotton candy moonshine. And everyone just loves the shine that the pearl dust creates.
If you’re looking for something that would make a unique gift, you can’t beat this moonshine. It’s the perfect addition to a gift basket. Fill the gift basket with lots of sweet treats like cotton candy, maybe a couple of coasters or cocktail glasses, and this moonshine. It’s something that will allow your friends to relive their childhood and that’s certainly a priceless gift!
Now the recipe calls for letting this moonshine sit for 1 week. If you don't have that sort of time, no worries. It's basically a “the longer, the better” sort of thing to let the flavors mix.
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