Hatfield & McCoy Whiskey Passes Taste Test

“Is ‘friendly a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

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“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

“Is ‘friendly’ a good way to describe it?” Managing Editor Philip Maramba said. “Whiskey usually feels like a long burn that starts at the tongue and down into your belly. Any flavor that it has is what’s left over, like burnt sugar breath.

“This stuff feels fat as soon as it hits your mouth. It’s not thin, like rubbing alcohol. It’s like warm honey, but not syrupy like Schnapps,” he said.

“You really want to savor it.”

– See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20150224/DM06/150229635#sthash.jO58pQXr.dpuf

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