It comes in a metal can similar to a lighter fluid container. But there’s no mistaking this clear corn whiskey from Tennessee is the genuine article. In the past I have been disappointed with clear unaged whiskeys, with most of them tasting like gasoline, but Stillhouse gave me a pleasant surprise with this one.
At 80 proof, it’s a little lighter in alcohol content than most other unaged corn whiskeys, which may account for why it goes down smooth and has a nice mild corn aroma that won’t knock you over when you take off the lid. There’s a subtle sweetness there with a clean, crisp finish that makes this one a worthwhile buy.