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American History By The Glass
A look at how Bourbon, straight rye and Tennessee whiskeys are intertwined with American history
Posted: August 9, 2013
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Happily, however, each had able heirs—Dickel's wife Augusta and Daniel's nephew Lem Motlow—who chose to continue on with the noble heritage of American whiskey.
Read Whiskey Cocktails: The Manhattan, Old-Fashioned, Sazerac and Mint Julep for more on how to concoct the perfect whiskey drink.
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Zander Goss — Chicago, IL, — August 10, 2013 7:55pm ET
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