1987: Orange-red. Interesting bouquet. Dried fruits, tobacco, spicy. Pleasant, well structured, blended tannins, good nish.
1988: Orange-red. Well developed bouquet, prunes, hints of menthol. Smooth tannins, rounded, pleasant, long finish.
1989: : Red, orange hues. Red fruits, cassis, hints of menthol and vanilla, fine and complex. Splendid expression of elegance and complexity, with
a gentle, lingering fi nish.
1995: Intense dark red. Prunes, vanilla, chocolate, tobacco, smooth minty notes. Mouth- lling, very complex and round. Firm tannins provide volume and length.
1996: Deep ruby-red. Red fruit, chocolate and tobacco, hints of vanilla. Fine, elegant, full-bodied, fi rm tannins, complex and pleasant.
1997: Deep ruby-red. Ripe plums, cassis, chocolate and tobacco,well-integrated hints of vanilla. Fine, elegant and complex, rm tannins providing great volume and length.
Ole Smoky s Moonshine Cherries are an Appalachian party tradition. Each jar is handfilled with fresh maraschino cherries soaked in Ole Smoky s 100 proof moonshine. Each cherry says a sweet hello followed by a warm goodbye. Once the cherries have disappeared, enjoy the remaining Cherry Moonshine straight up or create the ultimate Cherry Coke or Shirley Temple. Pick up a jar of Ole Smoky s Moonshine Cherries on your way to any party or simply keep them all to yourself. Good day? Have a cherry. Bad day? Have a cherry.
When Prohibition outlawed the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages in 1920, many enterprising residents of a small town in Iowa chose to become outlaws producing a high caliber and much sought-after whiskey known as Templeton Rye, or "The Good Stuff" to those in the know. Based on the original Prohibition era recipe and aged in charred new oak barrels, Templeton Rye provides a smooth finish and a clean getaway.