The Stillhouse presents new version of Moonshine Whiskey, that is packaged to resemble two large volumes of old books off the shelf. The first and original version of whiskey dating back 1920 to when it was most wanted during the prohibition years in the United States, Moonshine whiskey was produced and transported across the country by night, thus gaining its name. This, last one presented has similar character and flavors as the original drink.
Created by the entrepreneurial duo of Brad Beckerman and Perry Leng, this rare Moonshine Whiskey is grown from 100% estate grown corn, and is gluten-free with 80 degree proof. It has been created using a special charcoal filtering process and distilled through Prohibition-era clay pots, lending its extensive influence on the flavor and texture. The taste and flavoring, which is the primary highlight, is known to be multi-layered with different character in each of the layers. The basic taste of the beverage is smooth and mellow with the mild sweetness of unrefined sugar. The nose has the character of freshly cut corn, after only a light drizzle kisses them. The final finish includes a pleasant and tempered texture with the mild warmth imbibed in it. If the versatility is to be felt, then it is best advised to have it neat over ice that brings out the hidden voluptuous satiny texture.
Except that incorporates a bottle of whiskey, the boxed book set contains the detailed account of the history. There are only 500 numbered editions of this boxing book set, that will be available in Austin, New York, Los Angeles and Virginia, but the price isn’t yet known. [Moonshine]