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Moonshine Creek Distillery
Moonshine Creek Distillery3 days ago
We just finished filming the promo video for our next Atlantic Canadian release. It’ll be our first cream liqueur!
It will be available before Christmas and it’s extra special 🙂
Moonshine Creek Distillery
Moonshine Creek Distillery4 days ago
Moonshine Creek is giving free samples at Picaroons Brewing Company! Please come by this afternoon to say hi! We’re here until 6pm.
Moonshine Creek Distillery
Moonshine Creek Distillery1 week ago
You can find this one of a kind seasonal liqueur at Alcool NB-Liquor NSLC PEI Liquor or at our distillery in Waterville NB.
Chicken Bones Liqueur™ is an innovative chocolate liqueur that is unlike any other chocolate crème or liqueur. There are no animal by-products in this liqueur. This concentrated real chocolate product adds body and flavor to cocktails with little effort. Dark chocolate colour. Aromas of cinnamon and cocoa powder with a syrupy, smooth, semi-sweet, fat body and a balanced finish of chocolate and cinnamon. This liqueur will live up to a Maritimer's expectations of it's name.
Enjoy it in coffee, milk, egg nog, on ice cream, in cola, sip on it neat. Dilute with club soda for an aperitif or digestif.
This liqueur should be stored at room temperature. Refrigeration is not necessary. Chilling the liqueur will make it appear thicker, and heating it will make it appear thinner. Shake well before serving.
Moonshine Creek Distillery
Moonshine Creek Distillery2 weeks ago
It's a holiday classic!

Egg Nog with Chicken Bones Liqueur™

Here's how we make it:
You'll need...
6 Eggs, separated
3/4 cup Sugar
1L whole milk
500 ml heavy cream
12oz Chicken Bones Liqueur™
Garnish with grated cinnamon and a cinnamon stick.

- In a large bowl, beat together the egg yolks and half a cup of sugar until they turn light in color.
- Stir in the milk, heavy cream Chicken Bones Liqueur™
(Our Double Double coffee liqueur also works very well in this recipe).
- In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites with the remaining quarter-cup of sugar until they form soft peaks.
- Fold about a third of the egg whites into the yolk mixture.
-Serve in punch or tea cups. You should have enough for about eight servings in 8oz cups.
-Top with freshly grated cinnamon , folding in more of the egg whites as desired.
- Bottle and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.
* This is meant to be a lower abv% option at approximately 4.5%alc. If you want it boozier just increase the amount of liqueur.

You can find our Chicken Bones Liqueur™ at ANBL, NSLC and PEI Liquor. It's also available at the distillery and through our website store.