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Moonshine whiskey harkens back to Prohibition-era

Moonshine whiskey harkens back to Prohibition-era

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Whiskey maker Stillhouse has released a new spirit to take us back to the Prohibition-era – Moonshine.

The aptly named whiskey is made in Culpeper, Virginia, where it is charcoal-filtered and distilled four times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still. It is 80 proof, all-natural, and gluten-free.

It is a clear corn whiskey, and has a smooth, mellow and elegant taste, with a warm sweetness of unrefined raw sugar.

Some whiskey fans might find it too smooth and mellow. The distillation process has sapped Moonshine of its hardcore ‘whiskiness’ – making it smoother and more refined than your typical whiskey.

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So if you’re looking for an excellent mixing whiskey – or a whiskey without too much kick, Moonshine might be just for you.

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