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Ole Smoky Blue Flame

(50cl, 64%)

Ole Smoky Blue Flame

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Ole Smoky Blue Flame Bottling Note

According to the distillers, "it’s clear, clean and exactly what moonshine should be." We're inclined to agree. Sweet, full of corn notes and peppery fruits. The name comes from the fact that high proof moonshine burns with a blue flame - "if it burns blue, it’s true."

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet and full of corn notes, as mentioned above. Cracked pepper and a hint of wild raspberry.

Palate: Pleasant punchiness, vanilla, corn and Pop Tarts.

Finish: Warming corn.

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Ole Smoky Blue Flame Reviews

Top Shelf Corn squeezin's

Very authentic! Remember that this is corn squeezin's (corn whiskey) and cannot be compared to charcoal/toasted-chared barreled, or other whiskies/distillates since this is in a category/flight of it's own. For an over proof, very smooth! Warming but not overly hot. Nose is typical for fresh & over proof moonshine/corn squeezin's, solvent and corn- cornbread up front which is typical to flight! Copper tinged with tequila, slight hints of vanilla and pepper undernotes due to phenolics & esters from typical jug yeast fermenting at warmer temperatures, fresh rain petrichor background due to clean lime aquifer water which also contributes to a background dryness. Very smooth and corn forward with an up front corn sweetness with a dry slight bitter to Ballance the sweetness. Top shelf moonshine flight liquor! 4.80+ out of 5!

1st January 2020

Shit scared.

Was given a bottle a year ago, when I saw the % and it’s proof, I never open it. And it’s sat in my cabinet ever since. Just looking at it scares the shit out of me, let alone trying it.
One day. Unless someone convinced me to open it.

12th August 2019

not a fan.

Terrible taste, What's the best way to drink this, on the rocks, mixed with something or what?

21st January 2019

Love it

Mix with mountain dew yum

24th November 2017

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