Unaged whiskey, commonly known as moonshine or white dog, is pushing its way into the mainstream and shedding its illicit connotations as bartenders incorporate its bold flavor into classic drinks. 
 Cocktail aficionados praise the young spirit’s versatility and assertive flavor profile, and guests are intrigued by its rough-and-tumble reputation. 
 “A lot of people do come in saying ‘I heard you have moonshine,’” said William Davis, manager at Cochon in New ...

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