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lisaud | Oct 15, 201904:17 PM     10

I had a Sazerac (well, two actually) recently on my first visit to New Orleans and I fell in love with it! I live in NJ and apparently Sazerac rye is quite hard to come by around here. I could have it shipped but I'm not sure I want to pay the shipping cost which is almost as much as the bottle. Can anyone suggest a rye with a similar profile that might make a good substitute?

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