RabbitHashMash.com, When great whiskey leads to things.


Backwoods whiskey that everyone loves.  We have a quality product and the only thing we add if flavor Chrystal (all natural) to keep the flavors in the product.   Our product is so good, GrandMa loves it.  Everything is 120 proof, loaded with great flavor and taste.  Why drink something that you don't enjoy?  Drink something that will hit you hard, and let you know that your alive.

Intro to RHM


When making our whiskey, we put the best foot forward in each way.  We learned that when running a still in the middle of no-where, you need to carry all the supplies by hand.  We carried all our supplies and learned how to do things the right way.  We use quality ingredients through out the whole process.   We don't add flavors to colors to our stuff, we add right stuff, and process it as if we are making this for Grandma, (she always gets her samples first).  Our Irish guy is a bit of a geek, and helped us find a method for 'fast aging' after explaining Aging was more show then do.  With his help we have created a methodology to fast age  our Whiskey to give it a nice finish.

We have several Whiskeys, to cover all the basis.  We have Black Ice, a coffee based Whiskey, Straw (strawberry), Cherry Bomb,  WE, (saki style) and the Niller family.  These are just some of our whiskeys.  There will be seasonal and regulars.  They all are 120 proof, and full of flavor.


Papa always made some good mash. It worked well and got you smashed up. Then one day after a storm, when we thought we lost the still to the storms, we found it and the kettle, still warm and so we drank it. It was great; the mash had a nice flavor and knocked our socks off in no time. We spend 2-3 days finishing off the kettle, and started a new batch. We cleaned the mash, and found what we thought was blackened corn, in little ball shapes. We found a pile of these next to the corn and barley bags, and all over the shed, knowing that Papal was sloppy, we collected them and added them to the mash mix. The flavor was great. These little balls made all the difference. We were not sure if it was because they were wet and warm when we used them, or if it was the fibers that were showing in the little black balls. Either way it was the key. Lil' John came up with the idea to add them to the glasses and call them flavor crystals serve the mash with some of these to add more flavor to the mash. It was a hit, all of our family and friends enjoyed the mash.   One day, as we were heading out to the kettle, we noticed that our favor crystals all over the trail, and Papal never used our trail. We looked around and saw all the rabbits eating the pellets and just didn't understand what was going on. Then we noticed they were making the pellets also. We then thought about what we saw and realized that our MASH was pooh-shine. Three weeks later, on a TV show they were making fun of some lady named Ophra , that she drank pooh coffee, and it cost several hundred dollars a cup. We looked at each other and said 'Dang' if she can pay and drink pooh stuff, then why can't we, and we will not charge nearly the same, and grandpa always said Alcohol will kill anything, so all started drinking again. We never figured that a rabbit would be good for anything else other than stew and target practice.  We found a Irishman (or at least some guy with an Irish name, he was asking for direction) and made him join our new business.

Every jar of Rabbit Hash Mash includes the flavor crystals at the bottom; we figured if the Mexicans can put bait in their alcohol and sell a lot of them, we are going to give it a try.

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