What's in a name? Mellow Corn whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Mellow Corn whisky, rather than whiskey.
Of the 3 (corn whiskeys) I've had so far this one is my favorite. It's buttery and sweet, like corn on the cobb. I purchase this regularly for friends and family.
A light slightly buttery smokey flavour that makes for easy drinking. I'd definitively think about serving this at US-themed BBQs or as alternative to a lowland whisky .
This whiskey is young, very young, and you can notice that. It's got a sweet nose, but is tastes not as sweet as a standard Jim Beam and it's not as smooth either. It has got a long burn and sports a surprising lack of complexity. At the same time it also lacks any pleasant surprise in taste. A whiskey you could buy to experience what a straight corn whiskey tastes like, but I'm sorry, this one is nothing to write home about. I'm curious how it would taste if it was matured 10 years or more, I bet it would be much better.