That's right. Before Lincoln became President, he was a lawyer. And before that, he was a bartender. Other holders of the nation's highest office have often had an interest in the business of imbibing. George Washington founded the nation's largest whiskey distillery in 1797 and Thomas Jefferson brewed his own beer. Andrew Jackson's inaugural party in 1829 was so legendary that we still drink the orange punch they consumed at the party. But Lincoln was the only president who was also a licensed bartender.
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Del Maguey Pechuga mezcal. It is distilled with a whole, defatted chicken breast and rare, wild fruits that can only be harvested for a short period of time each year (plums, apples,red plaintains, pineapples), almonds, white rice. It is incredibly good—savory and fruity with an almost scotch-like smokiness. Very small production.
A classic caraway, cumin and fennel liqueur from Saumur, France - $35/750ml
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