Summer variety: O'Donnell Moonshine Blood orange with 20% by volume
.Two weeks of summer vacation in Italy? Yes, that's not enough for us either. With the new summer variety 'blood orange', every day feels like summer in Sicily. The taste of deep red oranges is tangy, refreshing and simply the pure sun in the glass. What makes 'blood orange' so exciting: the subtle tart aroma in combination with the berry note and sweetness of the oranges. Can be drunk neat and can be combined in a variety of ways in cocktails.
Only the best ingredients are used for the production and no artificial flavours or colourings are used. The variety does not contain any allergens that require labelling. All creations are bottled in original American 'Mason Jars', which are imported directly from the USA. Of course, this variety, like all products, is made in Germany according to the old rules of craftsmanship and distillation.
- In the original "Mason Jar"
- Includes the matching spout
- Fruity taste of deep red oranges
- Like fresh from Sicily
- 20% by volume
- Available from 18 years!
- Content: 0.7 liters
- Made in Germany
- Without artificial flavors or colors
To the name O'Donnell:
The Moonshine is named after the South Side O'Donnell Gang
This became known through the Chicago Beer Wars of 1923, in which the O'Donnells fought bloody battles with their adversaries, the Torrio Organization. The war for supremacy in illegal alcohol distribution lasted over two years and cost many lives. Al Capone was in Chicago at the time and joined the Torrio organization. In 1925 he finally took over the business of the Torrios.
Background info on the "Moonshine Booze":
"Moonshine" in the USA is called black alcohol. It is also known as "white lightning", "mountain dew", "hooch" and "Tennessee white whiskey".
Moonshine was ubiquitous in America, especially during prohibition (1919-1933), when alcohol was illegal. Farmers all over the country made it, put it into jars and sold it to smugglers. the jars were a precautionary measure, because buying bottles quickly made it suspicious as a moonshiner.
Even today, abandoned distilleries can still be found in the vast Appalachian Mountains stretching across the states of Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Alabama, Maine, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.
Countless famous stories in connection with Moonshine deal with the smugglers, English "Bootlegger". One of its best-known representatives, "Al Capone", operated a very profitable distribution network for Moonshine and became rich. He went down in history as one of America's most brutal criminals.
Early on, smugglers used alcohol as an energy-rich substitute for gasoline in order to escape the police with their cars. The sport "Stock Car Racing" has its origin in this epoch.Are you ready for Moonshine?