Credit: Michter's
Credit: Michter's

Could this be the one?

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If you’d rather pour your money into a single bottle, Forbes.com contributor Karla Alindahao suggests three pricey new American offerings. The first, a limited release 20-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon from Michter’s Distillery of Louisville, is supposed to go for $700—but one of its 444 bottles could set you back more than $2,300 on the secondary market.

And what does this 114.2-proof rarity deliver? “I was pleasantly surprised to taste the harmonious balance between sweet notes and cracked pepper spice,” Alindahao says, “coupled with a very rich and somewhat oily mouthfeel that would pair extremely well with a decadent chocolate-based dessert.” Forget dessert—we’ll pair with it anytime.

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