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Southern food is a broad and ever-changing category, but in the classical sense of the term, it doesn’t get much more Southern than white whiskey and country ham.

Those two items are now commingling in the latest release from High Wire Distilling Co., the award-winning Charleston craft distillery responsible for Southern Amaro and Lowcountry Agricole, among other place-based spirits. High Wire’s new Benton’s Smoked Jimmy Red Corn Whiskey is made from heirloom kernels which spent weeks hung up in ham bags in Allan Benton’s revered Madisonville, Tennessee smokehouse.

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