For over 30 years, Casey Jones built stills all over Kentucky using only copper. He refused to use steel, even though it was cheaper, because it was coated with potentially lethal zinc. He was a near-magician at knowing exactly how much and what gauge copper a certain size still would require. With just a torch, a hammer, snips, crimping pliers, and a soldering iron, Casey built 3-piece stills that were easy to set up and easy to move. He charged around $20 (about $350 in today’s dollars) and a gallon or two of the product, of course. Casey’s Cut Moonshine is named in honour of Casey and his preferred method of payment.
Casey’s legendary ingenuity and passion inspired his grandson Arlon Casey Jones to follow in his footsteps. Casey built his last still in 1967. AJ used that still, which is on display in the Casey Jones Distillery Lounge, as a guide to build the still in use today. Master Distiller AJ handcrafts every batch of Casey Jones Moonshine using a recipe that has been handed down through generations of the Jones family. A family recipe cooked in a family still – it doesn’t get more authentic than that.
Nose: Classic Kentucky with a hint of sweet corn
Palate: Butterscotch, toffee, dark fruits and tobacco
Finish: Medium Long Finish that's smooth and sweet
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