Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Ole Smoky Charred Moonshine

Lets see: people made whiskey, whiskey was outlawed, people made moonshine, whiskey was legal again, moonshiners went into hiding — or NASCAR. Prohibition-era cocktails make a comeback, so does (legal) moonshine, whiskey makers start making moonshine, so moonshiners make... whiskey. That might be an oversimplification, but the fact is that Ole Smoky Charred Moonshine takes the company's celebrated moonshine and transforms it into whiskey by aging it in barrels to add color, flavor, and character. Just like, you know, regular whiskey.

  • Redbreast 21 Irish Whiskey

    While the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday lends itself incredibly well to beer drinking, there are more options than a few pints of the black stuff available to sip this year. Redbreast 21 is the latest Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey on the market from the kings of Irish whiskey, Midleton Distillery. Not unlike the 12 or 15 year expressions, Redbreast 21 is incredibly easy to drink, but with some notable complexities — in large part due to the extended aging — that really cause it to stand above its younger siblings. The perfect drink to finish off your fun-filled (or laid-back) St. Patrick's Day.

  • Compass Box The General Whiskey

    The latest release from Compass Box is an extraordinary scotch whiskey that is both rare and mysterious. The General is a blend of a 33 year old batch, while the rest of the blend is made up of a batch with an unknown age statement. It's named after a Buster Keaton film from the 1920's and is limited to only, and exactly, 1,698 bottles. You won't feel like you're getting a bargain, but if the taste comes anywhere near the backstory, this whiskey will be a runaway hit.