Making Moonshine is Illegal in France

English: The apricot 한국어: 살구

English: The apricot 한국어: 살구 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

THE LAST WATERS OF LIFE – Mike Alexander
Making moonshine is illegal almost everywhere. However in France if you’ve a few orchards of unsold peaches or apricots and can find a licensed itinerant distiller you can still enjoy the fruits of your labour in a spirit-warming form. But for how much longer, asks our Grumpy Gardener Mike Alexander, who could be found recently sampling the production of one of a dying breed – all in the interests of journalism of course.

French News Online – Lifestyle Section – Moonshine.

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