Sunday, September 20, 2015

Copper Run Distillery - Missouri!

Made in Missouri!

Copper Run The “Overproof” Ozark Mountain Moonshine 120 proof...$18.99 / 375ml
Copper Run has created a new experience in the white whiskey category. This 120 proof white whiskey is distilled and blended from separate batches of corn, wheat and barley.
Appearance: Crystal clear, white whiskey
Aroma: Open and inviting offering of fruity grain.
Flavor: Sweet buttery corn, toasted wheat, with caramelized barley.
Body: Full and smooth, mid tongue heat with lots of curves.
Finish: Clean and rich granola, honey, cinnamon, liquorice…

Overall: A Bold whiskey experience that draws you in and takes you on a journey! Beginning with clean aromatics, moving into fresh grain flavor, growing into tingling warmth and richness that eventually fades leaving a mysterious glow. Product Details: Size: 375ml, Strength: 60% alc/vol. (120 proof). Most commercial spirits produced today are so rectified that they have a relentless blandness but this is far from the case with the “Overproof” Ozark Mountain Moonshine”.

Copper Run Ozark Mountain Moonshine 80 Proof...$28.99 / 750ml
Copper Run’s Ozark Mountain Moonshine un-aged spirit comes straight from the still immediately winning awards and public recognition. ‘Moonshine’ is shifting from a word describing an illegal distilled spirit to being recognized as a process historically known to us here in the Ozarks.

This repressed art is giving rise to a new avenue of study and expertise. Distilled spirits were the first domestic product taxed as America was forming, thus creating a long history of secrecy as means to survive. We at Copper Run are grateful to finally have a platform to openly explore and educate the artisan knowledge of our ancestors.

Our flavor captures all the smooth complexity from the earthy root through the citrus green to the buttery sweetness of the corn kernel. Hints of delicate caramel malted tones float in the taste created from our 20 percent wheat mash blend. We believe our flavor is true to what our great grandparents would have savored.

Copper Run Small Batch Whiskey...$32.99 / 750ml
This young whiskey presents a balance of toasted oak and hints of vanilla and caramel flavors blended with sweet corn and wheat undertones that finish with a ripe banana flavor.
Our aged whiskey rests patiently in charred white oak barrels made here in the Ozarks, a long time tradition.  The process of barrel charring offers our whiskey its deep amber color and contributes the vanilla, caramel, toffee and burned marshmallow flavors to our spirit whiskey.  The aging period in a barrel allows the young spirit to mellow and gain the smooth character that should be savored slowly neat or over ice.

Copper Run Overproof White Rum 120 proof...$30.99 / 750ml
The Overproof is the centerpiece, the epitomy of our dedication and commitment to making the best Rum we can! You simply have to try this new Overproof either straight or in one of your favorite Rum based cocktails. The flavor and the strength make this unique Rum, simply irresistible!
Appearance: Crystal clear, white rum
Bouquet: Fruity natural aroma with overtones of molasses.
Body: Full
Finish: Flavorful and strong
Overall: Heavily influenced by the Caribbean style Rum, the Overproof is the real deal! Bold and flavorful, it instantly wakes up your senses. This is the mystery/secret ingredient behind many great cocktails.

What Happens When You Shop Local MISSOURI products
  • More of your money will be kept in your local economy: for every $100 you spend at locally owned businesses, $68 will stay in the community. When you spend $100 on an out of state company, only $43 stays in the community.*
  • You embrace what makes your community unique
  • You create local jobs.
  • You help the environment: requires less fuel for transportation and less packaging.
  • You nurture community
  • You make your community a destination: the more interesting and unique your community, the more we will attract new neighbors, visitors and guests. More revenue in the local economy.
*Source: Civic Economics – Andersonville Study of Retail Economics.

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