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101 World Whiskies to Try Before You Die

Already worked your way through the original 101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die? Not to worry — expert Ian Buxton is back again with a whole new list for your liver to fear. 101 World Whiskies to Try Before You Die ($10) offers up 101 more whiskies that every wannabe connoisseur should try, including selections from locales as unlikely as the Czech Republic, India, Japan, and Taiwan. Most importantly, all of them are described as "affordable and accessible", so we're assuming you won't need to sink your life savings into completing the list.

  • Cadillac: The Standard of the World

    Politics aside, we're damn happy to still have a thriving American auto industry — and nothing represents its strengths better than GM's luxury label. Cadillac: The Standard of the World ($75) celebrates 110 years of this iconic brand with 150 photos and illustrations that take you through the company's history, highlighting revered models and concept cars alike in full-bleed glory. Prime coffee table fodder for the automotive obsessed.

  • The Hemingway Cookbook

    Ernest Hemingway was famous for a lot of things — his love of food and drink among them. The Hemingway Cookbook ($17) offers up over 125 recipes culled from the legendary author's life and works, which are situated alongside family photos, dining passages from his stories, and personal correspondence from the man himself. Guaranteed to be more interesting than the latest cookbook from (insert up-and-coming Food Network star here).