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  • You know, Daniel, where I'm from Down here in Mississippi.

  • We love hot pepper down that way, buddy.

  • You know what's good for you?

  • Don't mind who To the west, Across the state line and severe county, Tennessee, Mike and Daniel are using freshly picked peppers to put a hot new twist on a traditional watermelon shine.

  • I'm from Mississippi, born and raised watermelon.

  • Capital of the world wants to year we have the watermelon festival, They looking for something drink.

  • It's a dry county and I've got a bootlegger buddy from down and give me a call.

  • He's wanting some watermelon shine and it come to mind that I could do a pepper watermelon shine.

  • Uh huh.

  • I'll tell you what, Daniel using this for master right here is gonna save a lot of time.

  • Just crank this thing up and it makes you sit right down in the park.

  • You ain't got the stomach bone it, Max.

  • You put your hands or nothing like it.

  • Anytime we get rid of manual labor, I'm on it and it's really important.

  • Just get all your juices out.

  • The more you squeeze stuff, the last water content you have to add to their six would take away from me.

  • Taste get all goody out.

  • That's gonna be some good stuff right there, bub was fired It?

  • Yeah, buddy, that's gonna cut up some peppers now.

  • Well, I growed up.

  • We'd actually slice up jalapeno on top of a watermelon in 80.

  • Just right here is gonna be the main.

  • It's my brand.

  • You're probably have toiled five.

  • A lot of people love the taste of hot pepper, but it's over power into.

  • But you got the watermelon cuts that pepper down just a little bit.

  • Something that just warm your mouth, not burn you up.

  • But how that taste planet in together of the pepper and more time.

  • Did you someone that I think What?

  • Fire mill farm.

  • Ellen Brandy.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, dear.

  • I don't believe there's no fruit out there.

  • I don't know any better than I know.

  • Award.

  • Cool.

  • That's a good melon sweetness.

  • Right there, buddy.

  • That ready to go?

  • Burned down my damn.

  • That's hot, buddy.

  • It's a potent automation.

  • I guarantee you, it's a hot stuff.

  • I'm going to get that pungent pepper flavor and with the sweetness of the watermelon behind that I say they both ready to go.

  • You know, good Lord turned water into wine.

  • We're gonna turn wine into shine.

  • There's your pepper mash has got its own distinct flavor, and your watermelon matches got its own distinct flavor.

  • And you wanna keep that separate them, blending together as a stain form and then condensing back down to alcohol.

  • Fowler and home running the water, melons and peppers separately in the split pot still will help the flavors retain their distinct characteristics.

  • I'm a little nervous about running.

  • You know, I'm gonna be on my tiptoes all.

  • I've done watermelon shine before.

  • It's delicious.

  • It's good, but adding something like pepper to it.

  • It's gonna be a unique running liquor.

  • We got Jalapeno Kai and Serrano.

  • Just got to be careful and blend it just right.

  • Don't say we need a bunch, and here do it.

  • Probably not.

  • This whole life, you could very well overpower used too much pepper, so I've got to balance that taste out.

  • This right here will help put the watermelon flavor in our liquor Watermelon compliments that pepper because it cuts that pepper down just a little bit.

  • Everything's good cop.

  • Let's play on this plane road.

  • I was growing up in my eyes and I worked in a watermelon fields every day after school and during the summer.

  • Hell, we eat watermelon 34 times a week.

  • You know, down there in the Summer Times.

  • Just nice to bring a little piece of home to the mountain.

  • This first one's getting getting warm.

  • It ISS it won't be long, will have liquor.

  • I think we got it, love.

  • We're running liquor, but they'll soon, right?

  • It's a win win for me and Daniel, buyers from my hometown.

  • And I know the people down there.

  • If he likes it, everybody else is gone.

  • Like it would be a good seller leaving little heads about ready, don't you?

  • Yeah.

  • Put her down.

  • I got you doing.

  • You ready to stick it under?

  • Wait 1 30 to 1 50 That they all right?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • It's 1000 times hotter than a jalapeno Felt about being hated.

  • My head up, my face, my mouth up to the part where it literally just choked me out.

  • Oh, my God lifted my live.

  • So that's bad.

  • That's just extremely down.

  • Part of drying taste in here right now is just totally undressed.

  • You think we're really screwed up enough to completely kill it, do you?

  • I don't know.

  • Uh, we take that out, put some more melon in that temperate down a little bit.

  • Maybe it'll be all right.

  • You wanna drop a far back?

  • Yeah.

  • Clicking Adjust the flavor and we're gonna shut the steel down.

  • We may lose 1/4 liquor from a little bit of stain, but I'd rather try to change this.

  • Try to mellow, run out.

  • Put that in there.

  • Uh, when we had watermelon, I'm hoping it'll tame it down.

  • If not Tomei.

  • This runs a bus, Jim Basket flavor just transfers to get stronger and stronger and stronger as it comes out.

  • And with the watermelon bending the last 10 baskets, that's gonna be the strongest flavor right on the end.

  • Been running long enough.

  • Now it should have all that other cleaned out.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • We'll find out what don't taste.

  • Here we go.

  • Last down chains.

  • I guess that's a lot down.

  • Better taste that watermelon.

  • And that time, just that little bit of burn.

  • That's good.

  • That was the flavor that I was wanting to bring to the tape.

  • You could taste the watermelon taste pepper on the backside.

  • That blade.

  • We've knocked it out of the 15 gallons time we leave her.

  • That's right on this run, elector here.

  • I'm trying to get $150 a gallon for this.

  • I don't wanna go extremely high, but we've got to get paid for what we got I'm taking, But it ain't nobody.

  • Yes, sir.

You know, Daniel, where I'm from Down here in Mississippi.

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