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50-year-glenfidditch.jpgWriter Clay Risen questions the purpose of food and drink critics (and how that relates to High Art) in The Atlantic after sampling a $760-per-glass Glenfidditch that none of his readers will ever try. Critic Corby Kummer responds by saying, basically, most of his reviews are of restaurants his readers can afford, which is not quite the point. Aw, we're jealous we didn't get invited to the Glenfidditch tasting, too, Kummer. [Atlantic]

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