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Tap 357 Canadian Maple Rye Whisky

If you're the type of person who enjoys a shot of whiskey in the morning, Tap 357 Canadian Maple Rye Whisky ($30) should be right up your alley. This Canadian rye whisky features a rich hint of maple from trees tapped at the very beginning of spring, as well as the natural oak flavors that come from a blend of 3-, 5-, and 7-year-old rye whiskies, which are blended and matured further to create a one-of-a-kind flavor that may or may not go great with your flapjacks.

  • The Macallan 64 Year Old in Lalique

    So even though none of us will probably ever get the chance to taste this 64 year old Scotch in it's one-of-a-kind Lalique crystal decanter, that won't stop us from dreaming. The Macallan 64 Years Old in Lalique ($464,000 at auction in 2010) is the oldest of Macallan's single mault scotch whiskys ever to be sold and all the proceeds from the sale were donated to charity: water, which helps provide people in developing nations with safe drinking water. This rare Scotch was vatted from three sherry-seasoned Spanish oak casks — the first was filled in 1942, the second in 1945, and the third in 1946 — and comes in a one-of-a-kind Lalique decanter.

  • 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.