Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
It's organic, it's distilled, and there is no tax stamp on it.
IF thre ain't no copper, it won't taste right. And that small pot isn't gonna yield much. Just sayin'.
You would be better off making your own. The ATF is allowed to require sellers to provide the names and addresses of customers."Under regulations in part 29 of title 27, Code of Federal Regulations, TTB has the right to require manufacturers of stills to give us the name and address of each customer. If we choose to impose this requirement, we inform the manufacturer of the stills by letter. You should also review our Home Distilling page.Last reviewed/updated 01/06/2015"Distilling alcohol without a permit is illegal.http://www.ttb.gov/spirits/home-distilling.shtml
Distilling WITH a permit would seem to defeat the whole purpose of having your own still.
Distilling without a permit is a great American tradition. Revenuers beware.
I make my own beer and wine because I enjoy making things. I'm not a hard liquor drinker, but I've always wanted to home distill just because the Feds says that I can't..................................