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Platte Valley

(70cl, 40%)

Platte Valley
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Platte Valley Bottling Note

This is an earthenware jug of Platte Valley, a 100% corn spirit matured for 30 months before finding its way into its handsome home. Sweet and buttery with savoury touches of real corn-on-the-cob popping up along the way. Also, when the bottle is empty, you will be presented with the perfect opportunity to start a jug band.

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Platte Valley Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
2nd April 2021
Good for a pleasant change of pace.
Fun alternative.
Like the corn notes.
STUART S, United Kingdom
29th December 2019
Tasty tipple.
Not sophisticated but flavoursome and very smooth, goes well with mixers too.
Master of Malt Customer
4th July 2016
Goes down very well
Loved this. Had bulliet the day before to and found this was noticeably smoother.
Master of Malt Customer
24th September 2014
Better than what it seems
A native of the state its made in, its a corn whiskey that has light aging which imparts a gentle tinge of color. Tasty in its own right. Not a regal whiskey but it doesn't pretend to do so. If anything its a premium white whiskey. A testament to the old tradition of moonshining in the Ozark Plateau in the southern part of the state.

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