A few weeks ago when Emerald dropped in for a visit and dusty hunt I ran into a brand new bottling with a simple label.
Colorados' Own 100% Straight Corn Whiskey. Label is khaki with black lettering and bottle is squared off almost like an ETL. Only other information on the front is that it's 40% Alcohol By Volume (80 Proof) and 750 ml. On the back it says Distilled From Grain and then Distilled and Bottled by COLORADO GOLD DISTILLERY, 1290 S Grand Mesa Drive, Ste C, Cedaredge, CO 81413.
The whiskey is very pale yellow and the nose is definitely corn. Taste is almost watered down white dog. The finish is almost nonexistent. The first few times I tried it was after already consuming some bourbon and it was a real mild pour. Last night I tried it first and it had a bit more bite to it.
It's not a bourbon I suppose as there is no indication of cooperage used or if it's aged at all other than the fact that it's not completely clear. Evidently they have already released Colorado Gold Vodka prior to this product and it dominates their web site although it seems they are preselling their bourbon (which I assume is the aged version of this product) at the following web site:
I'm ordering a bottle reserved and will be looking forward to presenting a taste at the following Gazebo after I get it.