Patti's 1880's Settlement is known for serving up delicious food in Grand River's Kentucky, and now you can enjoy some of that food in a flavored moonshine!

Patti's 1880's Settlement is so delicious that people travel from all over to stop in and enjoy their food.  Beyond delicious pork chops, and flower pot bread with strawberry butter they also serve up delicious housemade desserts. Their desserts are so delicious that they've now inspired a line of moonshine.

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Moonshine flavors

There's 3 different desserts that have been turned into a delicious shine! Patti's Blackberry, Patti's Sawdust Pie, and the newest is Patti's Boatsinker Pie.

What is Patti's Sawdust pie?

I don't know about you but when I first saw Sawdust Pie, I wasn't quite sure what all that entailed, here's what Barrelstation.com says about the sawdust pie flavored  moonshine:

Patti’s award winning and nationally recognized Sawdust Pie now featured as a Moonshine! Our pecan, graham cracker and coconut pie, topped with whip cream and bananas has transformed into a Moonshine that everyone is raving about. Made with all natural flavors that you taste individually in one sip.

 

I will take a bottle of that for sure, and a slice to go please!

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What is Patti's Boatsinker Pie?

Now while the sawdust pie flavored shine sounded delicious, I think the Boatsinker pie sounds right up my alley! Patti's had this to say about Boatsinker pie on their Facebook page:

A rich, dark double fudge pie topped with coffee ice cream, piled high with whipped cream, covered with chocolate syrup all that taste in a moonshine

The Boatsinker pie is the newest flavor to Patti's moonshine series.

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How to buy Patti's moonshine

Here's the awesome part, you don't have to drive to Grand Rivers, Kentucky to get your moonshine fix, you can have it mailed to you. 

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