Kings County Chocolate Whiskey (200 ml)
  • Category Moonshine
  • Country United States
  • Region New York
  • Distillery Kings County
  • Style Chocolate Flavored Whiskey
  • Alcohol 40%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • dark chocolate
  • cherry
  • berries
  • spicy
  • cocoa
  • bittersweet
  • raisin
  • woody
  • fruit

Kings County

Chocolate Whiskey (200 ml) (0.2l, 40%)
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In the Brooklyn Navy Yard, on the waterfront that was once known as the distillery district, there’s a proud red-brick building that houses the first distillery in New York City since the Prohibition. And even if it’s a mere decade old, it’s actually the oldest distillery in Big Apple. They mash, ferment, distill, and bottle right there in that building, using New York grains. Practically the only thing that's imported are the Scottish copper-pot stills. In the short time that they've been operational they were named Distillery of the Year by the American Distilling Institute and have won several awards, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition included. Do we have your attention yet?

They also make a mean Moonshine! Somewhere along the way, they got the bright idea of creating the Chocolate Whiskey, based off that unaged corn goodness. They teamed up with fellow Brooklynites Raaka Chocolate, who operate from their factory in Red Hook, and infused the Moonshine with ground cacao bean husks. It's rich and bitter chocolaty goodness, propped up by the sweetness of the Moonshine. 
  • Category Moonshine
  • Country United States
  • Region New York
  • Distillery Kings County
  • Style Chocolate Flavored Whiskey
  • Alcohol 40%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
Appearance / Color
Dark chocolate

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Intense dark chocolate hits the nose right away and is joined by sweet cherry, raisins, and a touch of wood and spice in the background.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Dark, bitter Chocolate is prevalent on the palate with the sweetness of the Moonshine shining through along with some cherry and berry fruit notes.

Finish
The finish is spicy with some noticeable heat. It lasts long too, with a lingering cocoa note. 
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  • dark chocolate
  • cherry
  • berries
  • spicy
  • cocoa
  • bittersweet
  • raisin
  • woody
  • fruit
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
XXX Found On Bottles Was A Code. Moonshiners used to label their jugs with a series of X’s to indicate the strength of the brew inside. If you were fortunate enough to get your hands on a batch marked XXX, you know that it had been distilled three times, so it was bound to be good stuff.
A typewriter the two distillers found on the sidewalk in Williamsburg is used to make the labels that adorn their clear, flask-like bottles, while a hairdryer (made by Revlon) is used to afix each bottle seal. Handwritten scrawls on a chalkboard keep track of different batches, and mesh laundry bags are used as strainers.
Moonshine isn't aged. In fact, it's taken right out of the still in its crystal clear form clocking in anywhere between 150 to 170 proof. That's one hunk of burning liquid love.
Kings County handcrafts all of their product out of the 119-year-old Paymaster Building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard just steps from legendary site of the Brooklyn Whiskey Wars of the 1860s.
The NASCAR connection. If your car wasn't fast enough to outrun cops while on a midnight run, bootleggers the 1920s were doomed. So, they modified their cars and eventually got the idea of racing each other on a track. Hence, stock car racing was born.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
XXX Found On Bottles Was A Code. Moonshiners used to label their jugs with a series of X’s to indicate the strength of the brew inside. If you were fortunate enough to get your hands on a batch marked XXX, you know that it had been distilled three times, so it was bound to be good stuff.
A typewriter the two distillers found on the sidewalk in Williamsburg is used to make the labels that adorn their clear, flask-like bottles, while a hairdryer (made by Revlon) is used to afix each bottle seal. Handwritten scrawls on a chalkboard keep track of different batches, and mesh laundry bags are used as strainers.
Moonshine isn't aged. In fact, it's taken right out of the still in its crystal clear form clocking in anywhere between 150 to 170 proof. That's one hunk of burning liquid love.
Kings County handcrafts all of their product out of the 119-year-old Paymaster Building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard just steps from legendary site of the Brooklyn Whiskey Wars of the 1860s.
The NASCAR connection. If your car wasn't fast enough to outrun cops while on a midnight run, bootleggers the 1920s were doomed. So, they modified their cars and eventually got the idea of racing each other on a track. Hence, stock car racing was born.
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