Host Guide: Holiday Spirits

  • Darroze Domaine de Saint Aubin 1967 Bas-Armagnac; The Macallan Gran Reserva 1982 single-malt whisky; A.H. Reserve 16 Years Old bourbon whiskey; Grey Goose vodka; Bushmills 21 Year Old Madeira single-malt Irish whiskey
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  • James Y. Bartlett

The holiday season offers occasions to gather with family and friends, to toast the successes of the past 12 months and anticipate the blessings of those to come, to express appreciation for jobs well-done and support
rendered, and even to reward oneself at the end of another busy year.

 

Whatever the occasion or the motivation, these libations are certain to brighten any gathering or fulfill any wish list:

From the Olde Sod
Made in the USA
White on White
Hemispherics
After-Dinner Delights
On the Case
Barware to Lift Your Spirits

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