Georgia Moon - Corn - Mason Jar Whiskey 70cl Bottle


Georgia Moon - Corn
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With an age of less than thirty days.

Bottled in a Mason jar, this is supposed to be reminiscent of moonshine (AKA corn likker, AKA white lightning, AKA white dog, AKA liver varnish), and it does a good job.

Other snobs who expect their whiskey to be aged might have turned up their nose upon seeing the less than 30 days old label.

Georgia Moon is clear, and upon twisting off the cap is a potent tang of sour liquor, followed by the smell of sweet corn.

Category(s):     Bourbon & USA Whiskey
Group(s):     Corn Whiskey
Producer: Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc   -
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc
Country of Origin:   USA
Distillery:   Heaven Hill
Type:   Straight Corn


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5 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Sat, 23 Jun 2012
Review: I love bourbon... so when I saw this and had to try it, I wasn\'t expecting much so the reviews came in very handy. When it arrived I was just expecting alcohol burn but oh my was I surprised its a very nice whiskey that has its own personality. predominantly tasting of corn with a nice sweet smell, I was buying this on the understanding \"I\'ll try it once\" but I\'m more than happy to say I will definitely be purchasing this again and I would recommend it to any bourbon drinker.

Date of Review: Fri, 26 Nov 2010
Review: It may not have the depth or subtleties of a malt or bourbon, but my God is this a great little treasure. The taste is quite unique, and you can detect the corn flavour (unless it\'s my imagination) amongst a warming kick of alcohol - but it is far from rough. It sits nicely on my display cabinet amongst £100 cognacs, £90 whiskeys, and very expensive gins, vodkas and sakes - but does not look out of place. Opening the glass jar for a sip just kind of adds a little bit of \"naughty schoolboy stealing him dad\'s homebrew” feeling about it. Everybody remotely interesting in trying different drinks should have this on their list!

Date of Review: Fri, 26 Jun 2009
Review: I love bourbon but this is in another league. Don't get me wrong it does not taste at all like bourbon but you just have to love the taste. A must for any American Whiskey Fan.

Date of Review: Mon, 08 Dec 2008
Review: Definitely an acquired taste but one I happen to enjoy. Especially good over ice with a hot flavour and not at all as gut rotting as the label would have you believe. Bring it out at a party and it's sure to be a talking point.

Date of Review: Fri, 14 Dec 2007
Review: An interesting spirit with the punch of George Foreman without the finesse. Definitely a drink for those univited revellers. Best taken with a cold beer chaser (or two). You can't consider yourself a bourbon drinker until you have tried this at least once!

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Producer Information

Shortly after Prohibition ended in the United States, Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc., was founded in Bardstown, Kentucky by the Shapira family to produce and market Bourbon and premium American whiskeys. At the time, it was as speculative a new business venture as the dot com start-ups of the 1990's -- a company founded with no brands, no available stocks of whiskey, and at the height of the Great Depression. Today, the company has overcome these initial challenges and grown to become the largest independent, family-owned producer and marketer of distilled spirits in the country. According to industry analysts, Heaven Hill is now the seventh largest spirits supplier in the United States and is the second largest holder of aging Bourbon whiskey in the world with an inventory in excess of 675,000 barrels.
Over the last two decades Heaven Hill has moved beyond its traditional focus on American whiskeys to become a broadly diversified spirits supplier. Heaven Hill's portfolio includes both domestically produced products, such as Evan Williams Bourbon and Christian Brothers Brandy, as well as a growing line of selected imported brands from around the world, such as Hpnotiq Liqueur and Isle of Jura Single Malt Scotch. Brands are identified and developed to take advantage of the many varied consumer tastes that exist in the vast U.S. distilled spirits market. These brands are then sold on a national basis through an innovative and aggressive marketing and sales organization under a concept that is unique to the industry.
With an already robust business in the United States, Heaven Hill has now mounted an aggressive international expansion plan, forming partnerships with like-minded companies throughout the world. Heaven Hill has established its brands in over 40 countries throughout Europe, Asia, the Pacific Rim, Central and South America.
The company's success is based on the fact that it is large enough to market brands aggressively in the United States and throughout the world, yet small enough to care about every brand and be responsive to the needs of every customer. Heaven Hill's formula for growth begins with the commitment to support its current portfolio of brands, while continuing to diversify by adding new products through internal development, agency relationships and acquisitions. Throughout its product line, Heaven Hill offers a competitive advantage by emphasizing unique characteristics like extra aging, superior quality, innovative packaging and uncompromised craftsmanship. Whether it is a Bourbon from Kentucky's First Distiller, such as Evan Williams, or a Gin first produced by the Lord Mayor of London, such as Burnett's, Heaven Hill products enjoy heritage, history and an unexcelled reputation.
In stark contrast to the unpredictable and ever-consolidating spirits industry, Heaven Hill remains fiercely independent, guided by the steady hands of the Shapira family. The company is dedicated to establishing long-term relationships with their customers in order to build strong brands and implement consistent, effective programming. Heritage, stability and dedication define Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc., a company committed to producing and marketing the highest quality spirits products worldwide.

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