Corn whiskey must be made from a mashbill containing 80% corn. This style of whiskey takes us back to hundreds of years ago when American farmers made this themselves as it was a cheap method to produce whiskey.
This is a popular whisky from the innovative Texan distillery. It uses blue corn - hence the name - which is a type of maize grown in the south-western states of the US as well as Mexico. It’s 100% corn whisky, and 100% proof - clocking in at 50% ABV.
White Lightening moonshine from the Firefly distillery in South Carolina. This is bottled at 100.7 proof, thats 50.35% ABV making it a rather powerful yet palatable slurp.
Peach flavoured corn spirit from the Georgie Moon brand by Heaven Hill in Kentucky, USA. The spirit is naturally flavoured and aged for less than a month before being bottled at 35% ABV.
The next best thing to the real McCoy of moonshines, this is Georgie Moon un-aged corn sprit. The reason there is no brown-y type colour to it is because its had no contact with wood.
A 100% straight corn whiskey from the McCormick Distilling Company in Weston, Missouri, USA. The spirit was aged for 30 months and presented in an earthenware style bottle.