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How to Score the Most Hyped Bourbon Bottles This Fall


September 8, 2019 Briefings By

This week was big in whiskey news from tips on scoring the hottest bottles of bourbon in the fall to Ardbeg’s new 19-year-old scotch whisky that’s for peat-heads. We rounded up all the booze news from the week — and don’t forget: you have all weekend to recover.

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