O’Donnells brings new flavours to Clumber Park!

After smashing its debut at the Festival of Food and Drink at Clumber Park last year, the team from O’Donnells Moonshine are back with even more delicious flavours for 2019.

Joining O’Donnells very already popular flavours of Tough NutRoasted Apple, Bitter Rose and original High Proof is the fruity Wild Berry.

This liqueur combines O’Donnells authentic high-proof moonshine spirit with essences of succulent blackberry, tart raspberries and sweet currants. Available in 700ml, Wild Berry is gluten free, Vegan and allergen free.

Carefully distilled using only the best available ingredients then blended according to time-honoured custom, these distinctive creations are presented in traditional American Mason Jars.

The newest member of the O’Donnell Moonshine range Wild Berry (25% ABV) is a delight to enjoy neat, over ice or as the ultimate cocktail mixer!

“We recommend a Wild Berry summer fruit cup or simply to pair it with lemonade, but the limit is simply your imagination and you’ll find more great inspirations on our mixology page,” say creators Hugo, Alex and George.

Childhood best friends, the team behind O’Donnell Moonshine UK forged this unlikely friendship at school deep in the valleys of the West Country. The last half a decade has seen each go on their own unique adventures, but those are stories for another day. Only to be shared over a jar of moonshine!

O’Donnells launched in the UK in 2017 and has been a raging success, with most flavours selling out at the 2018 food festival. With more flavours, gifts and accessories, don’t miss out on tasting some for yourself in the Food & Drink Marquee.

For those new to moonshine, it was an illegal grain alcohol distilled during the era of American prohibition, heady days which gave rise to gangsters, bootleggers, loose women and speakeasies. Today O’Donnell Moonshine brings just a hint of a lawless epoch to a new generation, so discover your rebel spirit at the Festival of Food and Drink.

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