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frenchluandry.jpgSerious Eats talks with Master Sommelier Dennis Kelly who put together the spirits list at chef Thomas Keller's three-Michelin star French Laundry. On deck: "Macallan "Millenium," a 50 year-old Scotch that costs $2,500 per pour. The rarest spirit is a 1911 Jim Beam. Said Kelly: "Come dine with us at The French Laundry and you can enjoy it with a pre-embargo Cuban cigar in our courtyard after your meal." [SE]
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