Tennessee Moonshine

Tennessee Shine Releases Winter Cream Moonshine

Tennessee Shine Releases Winter Moonshine Cream for the Holidays 2019. Tennessee Shine Distillery introduces Winter Cream Moonshine for the Holidays. The perfect addition to the Holidays!


Tennessee Shine Process

Our shine takes 5 to 7 days to make each batch. First, we had water. When the water has reached 165 degrees, the corn grounded into a meal is added and heat is turned off to stir and let the corn set. Second, we had corn. By sticking to family recipes, we put the same authenticity into our creations as the generations before us using the same time-tested methods and ingredients from days gone by. Thrid is the malt. The malt comes from grains that have been wetted in order for them to sprout and then dried, leaving it full of enzymes, carbohydrates, and proteins. Once the target temperature is met, malted and crushed grains are added to convert the starch in the cornmeal into sugar. Fourth is yeast. And the last one discovered because yeast is a single-celled organism that is invisible to the naked eye. Adding the yeast starts the fermentation process. This mixture, called mash, is stirred thoroughly and heated in the still. The last part is the distilling process of making moonshine. We use the same time-tested methods from days gone by, dedicating 5 to 7 days to every batch we make to obtain our signature Old-fashioned flavor.


About Tennessee Shine Company

Tennessee Shine Company is known for being an innovator in moonshine and whiskey and is always exploring how to do things better. We distill in small batches to make sure the quality of each shine is perfect in taste. Everything part of the process is produced in-house.

Come to one of our locations and see for your self how we make our shine by taking a tour of the distillery.


TN Shine Co.