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If you’re the kind of person who enjoys specialty liquor, then consider yourself at home at The Inn at Little Washington in Northern Virginia. With six pages of the bar menu dedicated solely to spirits, you will certainly find one that tickles your fancy. Whether you prefer tequila, single malt scotch or cognac, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant has a specialty liquor for you.
You can indulge in the Rémy Martin Louis XIII for $800 a pop. This delicate grande champagne cognac is fruity and floral, revealing the aroma of the rare and historic barrels of Louis XIII. This collection pays homage to the King of Cognacs. If you still want cognac but not the price tag of Louis XIII, order up the Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale for $196 a glass.
As far as single malt scotch goes, Macallan never fails especially when it’s aged to perfection. Opt for the 25- or 30-year Macallan, which are both so smooth that you won’t believe it. You can sip on the 25- and 30-year scotch for $320 and $516, respectively.