Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

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Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

Part of the scenery: Bourbon Camouflage makes shopping seamless

We’ve always felt like we don’t quite fit in. Maybe this new fashion trend will help, at least when it comes to buying bourbon. As Paste’s Jim Vorel reports, the tourism folks in Lexington, Kentucky, have unveiled Bourbon Camouflage, a line of T-shirts emblazoned front and back with shelves of local bourbon and accompanying price tags.

The tees feature all the Lexington greats—Buffalo Trace, Wild Turkey, Woodford Reserve—and mimic several retailers, from Liquor Barn to Rite Aid. The catch: you can only snag one at the Visit LEX center on June 14, National Bourbon Day. See you in Aisle 3!

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