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Knob Creek Rye Whiskey

Add a bit of spice to your bar with Knob Creek Rye Whiskey ($36). Made with a blend of high-quality rye, Knob Creek's latest creation is stout — 100 proof — and features a spicy, woody aroma with an equally spicy flavor that also incorporates rich oak and vanilla. Coming to select markets this month, and available nationwide this summer.

  • Death's Door Spirits

    Named after the super treacherous strait formed by Washington Island, WI and the Door Peninsula, Death's Door Spirits ($30-$36) have both a literal and poetic connection to the location. The company's gin is made from organic wheat and wild juniper berries harvested from the island, while the vodka is made with an organic wheat grown only on Washington Island. Death's Door White Whisky is made from a mash with an 80:20 ratio of organic Washington Island Wheat and organic malted barley, double-distilled to 160 proof (!), and finished in uncharred oak barrels to bring it together.

  • The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky

    Isn't it nice to know that on the day you become an octogenarian, you'll still be able to drink a scotch that's as old as you are? Distilled in 1883 and bottled in 1931, this incredibly rare bottle of The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky (£15,000-£20,000; roughly $24,000-$32,000) was owned by Captain William Smith Grant — the great grandson of the distillery's founder, Colonel George Smith — and has been in the family ever since. Arriving in a fittingly modest bottle with matching label, it's just the thing to liven up the nursing home afterparty — or any party, for that matter.