Copper Run Ozark Mountain Moonshine


Copper Run // Missouri, USA

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    2 out of 5 stars
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Copper Run sits in the Ozark mountains in Walnut Shade, Missouri. The site seems to have been picked for its limestone rich water. At the moment they bottle a variety of whiskey and rum. They produce their distillate from a 140-gallon, direct-fire, copper pot-still. This moonshine consists of corn, barley, and 20% wheat.

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    Distilled from a cereal mash bill comprised of any grain(s), must age at least briefly in oak for an unspecified amount of time.
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Tasting Notes

"While Copper Run doesn’t disclose how much barley they use in the mash bill, the final product conveys that they probably use a bit more than most. The nose reveals artificial vanilla, corn oil, and toasted wheat which is no big surprise. The palate initially tastes of sweet corn. However, there is a surprisingly malty mid-palate. The finish is short but crams in some vanilla and sweet spices."

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