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What is a good sipping whiskey?

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Jefferson's Presidential Select 21 Year Old is a blended bourbon and an excellent choice for a sipping whiskey. There are multiple options for someone searching for a good sipping whiskey, and these options are available at a wide range of prices.

Some of the best bourbons available include Elijah Craig 21-Year-Old Single Barrel, Woodford Reserve Seasoned Oak Finish, Old Forester 2014 Birthday Bourbon and Angel's Envy. These excellent bottles of bourbon cost between $43 for Angel's Envy to $140 for Jefferson's Presidential Select 21 Year Old. Additional fine sipping whiskey options include Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit, Four Roses and Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve 20-Year-Old.


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