Georgia Moon - Corn

Mason Jar Whiskey
Georgia Moon - Corn

Country of Origin


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  • DistilleryHeaven Hill

Associated Groups

Corn Whiskey

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.


winston rankin 2012-06-23 09:13:22

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.

Matthew Cann 2010-11-26 14:16:35

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!

Joel Kirsopp 2009-06-26 13:49:44

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.

Marc Farmer 2008-12-08 13:48:24

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.

R Jenkins 2007-12-14 10:47:02

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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