Peach Moonshine



Peach Moonshine

This refreshing liqueur smells of sun ripened peaches and is made exclusively of natural ingredients without any artificial colouring or preservatives. Real peach juice with fine citrus notes to create the newest addition to our Summer flavour range.

Peach Spritzer


  • 50ml Peach
  • 100ml Prosecco
  • Lemonade or Soda Water


  1. Fill a glass with ice and add Peach.
  2. Pour in prosecco and top up with lemonade/soda water (depending on your taste).
  3. Stir and garnish with peach or orange slices.
  4. Serve and enjoy!

You have to try our best seller. Tastes like Nutella for adults!! –

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Spike O’Donnell

Edward “Spike” O’Donnell (1890-1962) — our namesake – was leader of the South Side Gang in Chicago during the Chicago Beer Wars where he fought bloody battles with its opponents. Although Spike was a ruthless gangster, quality was always important to him, which is why he stuck to producers of German origin. O’Donnell had little remorse when it came to fighting other mobsters for supremacy in the alcohol black market, but paid attention to quality by remaining loyal to producers of German origin and went on to be a defining character of the Roaring Twenties. In 1925 he retired from the business after an accident and after the notorious Al Capone had taken over the leading role within the illegal alcohol business. But in our Moonshine Spike’s history and the era of prohibition lives on.

The New Forest

There can be few other places in England where the ancient landscape has remained so unchanged. In 1079  William The Conqueror named the area his ‘new hunting forest’. Little could he imagine that nearly 1,000 years later his ‘Nova Foresta’ would still retain its mystery and romance.

The ancient system established by William The Conqueror to protect and manage the woodlands and wilderness heaths. This is still in place today and through the efforts of Verderers, Agisters and Commoners – literally the judges, stockmen and land users of the forest.

His son, King William II is said to have been fatally wounded. He died due to an arrow being shot at him in 1100AD by Sir Walter Tyrrell. You can visit the Rufus Stone, which is (supposedly) located in the exact place where this happened and apparently where his ghost still haunts!

The New Forest is a great place to visit for walking, dog walking, cycling and horse riding for everyone. When you’re out in the forest and are enjoying the beautiful surroundings and the rich wildlife, please help us to care for this very special place.


Additional information

Weight 1500 g