Ideally, this pop would be savored on a front porch somewhere in North Carolina, surrounded by fireflies and the chirp of crickets and accompanied by the languorous strains of a bluegrass Dobro. But it’s pretty good even in a crappy apartment in the city. In a bizarre post-modern reversal, these days you can buy moonshine in the most discerning liquor stores (try the Catdaddy brand).

As when making any type of boozy pop, pour lightly, because alcohol — and moonshine in particular — makes the pops really fragile.

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