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Whiskey Barrel Flooring

Whiskey Barrel Flooring

Scotland’s McKay Flooring has figured out a way to turn beautiful oak whiskey barrels into flat boards, many with their distinctive branding intact, and convert them into flooring instead of trash.

Glenfiddich “Rich Oak” 14 Year

Glenfiddich “Rich Oak” 14 Year

The new Rich Oak 14-Year Old from Glenfiddich has significant flavors of oak, sweet vanillas and light fruit, due to a short maturation in both new European (12 weeks) and American (6 weeks) oak.

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Tuthilltown Spirits

Tuthilltown Spirits

Ever tasted New York whiskey? Tuthilltown Spirits follows traditional methods of batch-distilling liquors. Since prohibition, they’re the only legal maker of distilled/aged grain spirits in the state.

Jack Daniel’s Chess Set

Jack Daniel’s Chess Set
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Beloved by bikers and a favorite of Sinatra (he was buried with a bottle), this Jack Daniel’s Chess Set celebrates its heritage; Jack serves as King while Black Label bottles are pawns.

Glenfiddich 50-year Whiskey

Glenfiddich 50-year Whiskey
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120-year old distillery William Grant & Sons’ Glenfiddich 50-year Whiskey is one of its rarest; they’ll sell 50 hand-blown bottles a year for 10 years, each tucked into a leather-bound case.

Red Stag by Jim Beam

Red Stag by Jim Beam
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It may be infused with black cherry to attract fresh blood, but Red Stag by Jim Beam is real bourbon at a full 80 proof; the flavoring makes this ideal for mixing with Coke or vermouth.

Whiskey Stones

Whiskey Stones
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The grey color is a bit of an appetite killer, but these Whiskey Stones keep your drinks on the rocks without watering them down like regular ice; simply wash and refreeze when done.

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