Michter’s Unblended American Whiskey

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At the price, this would make a fine casual pour on most days, and it mixes well in an old fashioned, though, we like lemon more than orange with this particular whiskey as the acidity cuts nicely and adds a pop. 

Broken Barrel Bourbon

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Broken Barrel Bourbon features a unique blend of corn, rye, and barley that makes it perfectly balanced to infuse. Rich, complex, layered and beyond beautiful, Broken Barrel goes where others won’t.

Weller – Special Reserve

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The Original 'Wheated Bourbon' Whiskey features an exceptionally smooth taste, substituting wheat for rye grain. Bottled at 90 proof, this bourbon stands out with its burnt orange color. Its softer flavor notes make this bourbon great for sipping or making cocktails.

Glacio – Clear Sphere Duo

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The Glacio Clear Sphere Ice Duo is a phenomenal ice maker, producing low-hassle clear spheres two at a time.

Rock Hill Farms

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When Buffalo Trace launched Blanton's in 1984, they realized the variety of flavors that could come from their patented "Mash Bill No. 2." Sticking with the horse theme, Buffalo Trace released yet another Bill No. 2 single-barrel product by the name of Rock Hill Farms.

A Midwinter Nights Dram: Act 6, Scene 4

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This pour has savory and sweet notes. It's hot on the first few sips, but mellows out as you drink the dram. The nice thing is that heat packs enough flavor that it doesn't detract from the experience.

Duke Cannon – Buffalo Trace Cologne Review

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The balm itself is quite straightforward. It has very much the same scent as the soap, but a little less woody and a little more of that sweet mash scent. It’s a unique aroma that we find quite pleasing as whiskey lovers, but also got compliments on from others who are less bourbon-inclined, meaning you’re not going to go around smelling like an actual bottle of booze.

Henry McKenna 10 Year

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This high proof, Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon was named for Henry McKenna, the Irish immigrant who adapted his family's whiskey recipe to work the grains he found in Kentucky.