A corn spirit entirely devoid of color (but not of flavor!) due to an ageing period guaranteed less than thirty days! A treat for any drinker who thinks they've tried everything.
Posted by Rusty Hooker: Red Hook Brooklyn on 14th Jan 2015
snooty Lite'nin'!?!? Here's all y'gotta Know! Its from Kentucky aw-rite that takes ya'over the 50 yard line on the kick off return right there! and %15.00 a jar, a J-A-R that's pass completion to the nine yard line ! Bob , you dont "know" this gurl so you can make sophisticated sentences and Phrazes to the the this rich pinkys necks in the suburbs of Lexington and Loooville . All you gotta know is 1; it wont kill ya, and 2 It'll stop all the B.S. thats irritatin' your mind quicker that it takes to to get biqits out the oven!! and , If your sharin it with some buddys, You get some goo-ood storys ,I know! so
Posted by Christopher on 15th Dec 2014
Definitely has a deep clean corn flavor which is what I like, not a bad corn whiskey for the money. Its worth a try. I`ve had 4 quarts of it.
Posted by michael benge on 17th Nov 2014
I yoused to drink meskal and josie, but not any more this is a smooth and tasteful shine that can be mixed our shot, I prefure shot
Posted by Rick G on 13th Nov 2012
This isn't the smoothest moonshine out there, I actually prefer Ol Smoky. But at this price point you can't beat Georgia Moon for just $12.99. It's a good way to add some kick to your mixed drink. It's decent enough to shoot if you like, I'd rather shoot this over Jack Daniels or Jose Cuervo anyday.
Posted by Greg on 13th Nov 2012
I'm a bourbon fan, so when my buddy offered me some Shine On Georgia moonshine I was hesitant at first. It's actually not bad, not as smooth as a good bourbon but it makes a great mixer.