Quote Originally Posted by TheNovaMan View Post
As Chuck pointed out, it's not so much the recipe, it's the fact that at least some of it is made at the reconstructed Mt Vernon distillery the old-fashioned way: backbreaking manual labor.
Seeing is believing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4CGAS8F3SU
Very cool video and thanks for sharing. It changes my opinion on what they were doing. From the label (alone) it appeared that they were selling a recipe. The product is obviously more of an experiment in history, which I can totally dig.