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corn whiskey

[′kȯrn ‚wis·kē]
(food engineering)
Whiskey distilled from corn mash containing at least 80% corn, and aged in uncharred oak containers.
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Hirschberg suggests that acknowledging the corn was originally an admission that the speaker had been at the corn whiskey and was consequently corned, or drunk.
If more than 79% corn is used in the mash, the product must then be designated as corn whiskey.
Hudson New York corn whiskey (if aged as shown below) or Makers Mark 46 1 1/2 oz.
If the corn content is higher, the product must instead be designated as corn whiskey.
Illegal American corn whiskey, more commonly known as Moonshine, will be available legally through the Chinese market by the end of 2008.
We are testing the phenomenon of barrel aging white corn whiskey," says Tylor Field, III, divisional vice president of wine and spirits for Morton's and Oceanaire Seafood Room.
white corn whiskey is the world's first 80 proof ultra-premium, clear whiskey, imported from Holland, made from 100% corn, and infused with caffeine and guarana.
John Kinder, bartender at DeLaCosta in Chicago, is infusing 60-day-old Georgia Moon Corn Whiskey with house-smoked corn to make a Smoked Corn Whiskey Sour that's a good match for DeLaCosta's entree of Adobo Tuna with quinoa and smoked corn.
Whiskey distilled from 80 percent corn and aged in uncharred oak barrels or reused charred oak is straight corn whiskey.
For example, for a whiskey to be a straight corn whiskey or a straight bourbon, it must be made with at least 51% corn.
Corn whiskey is made principally from corn (content of more than 79%), and is not aged.