If you're interested and have time, the "tiki bar is open" online blog did a interview and tasting and it's on their website. You can find it here http://www.tikibaronline.com/2012/04...a-whiskey.html
It is a nice interview, but even the interviewer (Dave) didn't seem too impressed with the whiskey, I think he was just being polite to the owner, Joe Ledbetter.
Well, I do applaud their choice of proof. It would have been cheaper to bring the stuff out at 40%, and I honor them for not doing that.
Gotta make it somehow on the dreams you still believe...
Their website has it at 75% corn, 21% rye, and a mere 4% barley.