Real men drink whisky — and The Glenlivet XXV ($350) is one hell of a whisky. Stored in Oloros Sherry casks for 25 years, this single malt blend is said to "achieve a spectacular range of flavor, as well as a balanced, smooth finish." Spoken in English, The Glenlivet XXV translates equals layers of nutty, spicy flavors on top of the traditional light and fruitiness of regular their regular blends. It also arrives in a signed and numbered wooden box that has been reinforced with limestone and brushed steel.
While typical Jack Daniel’s is a mixture of countless barrels to keep consistent flavor, the master distiller goes around and hand picks barrels that are above and beyond the average, and they become Jack Daniel's Single Barrel ($86). Each bottle is individually numbered to reflect the barrel it came from, and each one has a slightly different taste, since they aren’t mixed. So grab a bottle, a fine cigar, and enjoy. If you really need a lot, you can also buy an entire barrel ($8400 - $9600), which comes in around 240 750ml bottles, and includes the original empty barrel and framed certificate of ownership.
Sometimes there's a reason that you see a liquor at every bar you visit. As it is with 18 Year Old Macallan. Voted best whisky in the world many times over, the 18 year vintage of The Macallan is consistently one of the most smooth drinking scotches in the world. Gold in color with a complex flavor that includes aromas of oak and sherry with hints of leather, licorice, and tobacco, it's a sure-fire hit when presented a list of confusingly-named craft cocktails.