I have on two occasions in other states. It was very smooth compared to what is considered legally purchased alcohol. I think the distillers should take lessons from the people whom make moonshine. Why is legal to make beer or wine but not hard liquor? They are all similar, accomplish the same effect, are made in a very similar way. What makes hard liquor so different? While we are on this subject, my favorite is Drambuie, a scotch based blend containing anise (liquorish flavored herb) and honey. It is said that only one person knows the true blend of ingredients, the oldest female (my spell check will not furnish the correct word) of the family. As each passes away the formula is passed down to the next senior person. Finical security I guess. Drambuie is a very smooth flowing spirit but at $35.00 per .750 ml I cannot justify it very often.