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Insanely Delicious Rock and Rye Recipe

This Rock and Rye recipe is dangerously smooth!

Rock and Rye has become one of our favorite drinks to sip around a campfire. It’s really easy to make ahead of time, portion out – and bring along as a potent sipper on a camping trip. In this Rock and Rye recipe, we share our basic recipe for “Rock & Moonshine Rye” using Sugarlands Distilling Unaged Rye as the base. Adding orange and lemon peels, dried apricots and cherries – and of course – rock sugar.

Rock & Moonshine Rye In A Bottle
Recipe type: Cocktails
Serves: 1 jar


  1. Set aside ~4oz of Sugarlands Jim Tom’s Signature Unaged Rye Moonshine
  2. Directly in the mason jar, add all ingredients.
  3. Place jar in a dark place for 2 days, up to 30 days.
  4. Portion finished product into 4oz jars.
  5. Enjoy!

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