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Bourbon That’s Good Enough for George Washington
Until it shut down in the eighties, Michter’s was the oldest distillery in America; George Washington bought whiskey for his troops there. When he worked there, Adolf Hirsch kept for his personal use several casks of bourbon, which are now being sold as sixteen-year-old Hirsch Reserve. It’s the last Michter’s batch. It’s also delicious ($79.99 at Appellation Wine & Spirits, 156 Tenth Ave., nr. 20th St.; 212-741-9474).


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