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The Bourbon Shop to Know (www.liquor.com)

The Bourbon Shop to Know

“There are only two bottles known in existence, and we actually have both of them,” says Justin Sloan, the co-owner, along with friend Justin Thompson, of Lexington, Ky.’s year-and-a-half-old specialty American whiskey store-slash-museum, Justins’ House of Bourbon. And despite the shop’s staggering inventory of elusive, rare and vintage bourbons and ryes amassed over the last decade, Sloan was specifically referencing Old Taylor 101 Proof from 1979, one of his favorite bottles and a selection that, unsurprisingly, he says is “very hard” to find.

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