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Old 03-24-2014, 06:21 PM   #1
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Anybody Tried Any of These?

I've been a fan of the show "Moonshiners," Tim, Tickle and all the other characters so when I saw that Tim Smith's Climax Moonshine was available for sale I had to get some. Not distributed in Ohio I had a friend from SC get me a bottle ... Wow is this stuff SMOOTH. So now I am on a quest to try some of the others. Tim Smith's is the only blend of corn, rye and barley the other two I have are just corn whiskey. Mill Street Moonshine is a local brand and is good, but not as smooth. I'm breaking open the Midnight Moon tonight so I'll let you know on that one. Tim's is 45% Alcohol, 95 Proof, the other two are only 40% Alcohol, 80 Proof. Anybody else tried any or have any other suggestions, that is other than some you can get over the fence in Foat Wuth?
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Old 03-24-2014, 09:41 PM   #2
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I have tried the Midnight Moon (or a similar name) and a few others of the store type.

Generally, I prefer the "real" stuff that comes in a Mason Jar instead of having a tax stamp on a small cap. Usually called "Tennessee Spring Water" or "Georgia Peach Water". Some of the Tennessee is so smoothe you need at least 17 "o" in there...Smooooooooooooooooothe.
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Well having played around with Rye a bit I cant tell it adds much distinctive flavor to the end product. I think barley is for making beer..lol. Sweet horse feed works pretty darned good. From as good as can tell Tito's hand made Vodka from Austin is about as close as a person can get to store bought moonshine in this area...being a corn mash vodka it should taste fairly similar. I know the yups love it.
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