Rack house D. It's where Booker's rye sat, surrounded by barrel upon barrel of Jim Beam whiskey. Where it sat for 13 years. Its creator died in 2004.
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Did the blender of my favorite blended Scotch go overboard and make a great whiskey undrinkable?
Happy hunting, and happier drinking.
What is it about rare whisky that makes it so enticing, so desirable, so irresistible?
About 100 years ago, my great-grandfather Jim Beam bought the family house on North Third Street. Back then, it was called "Distiller's Row" because all the major distillers lived there.
Hear me now, wives and children, and hear me clear: Put down the tie. Step away from the cologne. What we want this Father's Day is whiskey.
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