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.