STILLHOUSE Original Moonshine Clear Corn Whiskey

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Ah-Whoooooooooooooo! The Original Moonshine Clear Corn Whiskey! I received a bottle of the Original Moonshine Clear Corn Whiskey from Syndicate Media Group when I visited their place. It was an interesting and fun experience. I never expected that people would invite me over to talk about drinks. Anyway, this original Moonshine is distilled and bottled by STILLHOUSE in Culpeper, Virginia.

Stillhouse Original Moonshine Clear Corn WhiskeyThe Original Moonshine clear corn whiskey is packaged in a thick and heavy glass bottle, but it looks beautiful and premium. As for the cork-top, it’s heavy as well and it looks very unique in terms of the design. The material used for cork-top seems to be bronze based on the color and the weight. Their logo for Original Moonshine is a wolf howling on top of a hill or mountain with a full moon on the background and they place it on top of the cork-top, on the top of glass bottle and at the bottom of the glass bottle. As for the label on the bottle, it looks very fancy and attractive based its clear material used with stylish fonts and unique color combination to present Moonshine. By the way, it comes with a little cute recipe booklet that you could use to make drinks using Moonshine.

Stillhouse Original Moonshine Clear Corn Whiskey When you open it for the first time, there’s a strong alcohol aroma coming out from the glass bottle, but it doesn’t stay for long. The color and texture of Moonshine is just like regular water that you drink everyday which is clear and smooth. Since I’m the kind of guy that gets face red easily after few sips, I asked my friends to try it out too under the condition where nothing was added to the drink, just pure Moonshine and see if our feedbacks are similar. As result, their feedbacks were a little bit different. Some of them said it doesn’t burn as much as Vodka after you swallows it down. Others said it doesn’t burn at all, but one thing we all agreed upon was that it’s very smooth. It tasted close to vodka, but better. Now if you mix it with ice cubes, the Moonshine taste becomes more refreshing, crisp and pleasant to drink. You could even get a subtle sweet hint from the drink. As for the corn hint, I couldn’t detect any.

Original Moonshine Clear Corn Whiskey Flask

This Original Moonshine clear corn whiskey is 100% corn whiskey. According to Still House, “Moonshine is handcrafted from 100 percent estate-grown corn and distilled four times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still in the same authentic tradition that Moonshine has been made for hundreds of years. Also, original MOONSHINE is 80 Proof, all-natural, and gluten-free.”

Overall, the experience of tasting this Moonshine was great and the drink itself wasn’t bad either. If you are into drinks, then you should try it when you go to the bar or club next time. Also, if you are a mixer, then this one should be on your list. There are couple recipes that you can try with Moonshine. Here Thanks for the sample from syndicatemediagroup.com and my friends for trying out the Moonshine!

Details

Price:  Sample

Size:  26 OZ /750 ML

Where to buy:  Here

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  • Robert

    Hello,

    I would so love to get a bottle of this Moonshine. Let me tell you a tale of Moonshine in the Louisiana and Mississippi area. Too many years now for me to get accurate but safe to say about 30-35 years ago my Father had finally fully retired from being a City Police Detective in Baton Rouge, LA, moved to the St. Francisville, LA area where he became a Sheriff’s Deputy for a while until he fully retired. Sometime during this stay half way between St. F. and Woodville, MS. my Father eventually met a neighbor that shared a couple of swallows of Moonshine, which had been acquired somewhere just across the line into Mississippi. That liquor was so smooth I have never forgotten it. My Father had this friend get him a bottle, which this stiller had used a old green prune quart bottle. My Father never drank much and neither have I. I think he wanted it for the novelty and I inherited that still remaining bit of Moonshine, which is now 1/3 remaining and it is truly that old–30 to 35 years old. I would not dream of finishing it off — the novelty factor and it belonged to my Father.

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