It’s smoooooooth. Obscenely, lavishly smooth and subtle… Manhattan Moonshine doesn’t so much replace clear booze in cocktails as it does to completely rethink them.

The Pour Fool – 96 Points

An unaged whiskey that’s light, slightly sweet, and a symphony of cereal grains. The addition of the honey note from the oats is spot on and helps unite the grain flavors. A dash of spice creates balance and drives a dry finish. This is a wonderfully crafted and unique whiskey

Whisky Advocate – Highest Ever Rated Moonshine

Bright, fruity, attractive aromas of vanilla coated apricots, frosted cereal, toasted nuts, and wet toasted grains with a silky, bright, fruity medium body and a peppery, nuanced, long honeyed grains, minerals, pepper jelly, and chalk finish. A very nicely balanced and vibrant white moonshine with lovely smoothness.

Beverage Tasting Institute – Gold Medal

Inspired by the cocktail renaissance that occurred during American Prohibition and the glamorous yet subversive nightlife that accompanied it, Manhattan Moonshine has been developed to be a soft sipping Whiskey and the perfect Whiskey for cocktails.

Because Manhattan Moonshine is aged for less than one hour in oak barrels, it has none of the heavier barrel flavors like Oak and Smoke that make heavily aged Whiskeys less approachable to sip and harder to mix.  This means that Manhattan Moonshine is soft and sip-able by itself, and can be used in an almost endless variety of cocktails, using flavors and ingredients that heavily aged Whiskeys cannot mix with.  These range from traditional ingredients such as grapefruit juice or tonic water to more exotic ingredients such as lavender, black walnut peel, or saffron.

With its unique mashbill and complex, grain-forward flavor, it makes a perfect gift for true Whiskey lovers. With its smooth, approachable flavor, it is also great for that person in your life who is new to drinking Whiskey. Manhattan Moonshine is delicious neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail.

Some of our favorite Manhattan Moonshine Recipes

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