One way to our heart (and wallet) is to combine two of our favorite things: the mountains and whiskey. Denver-distilled Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey ($55) does just that, melding four Rocky Mountain barleys, some Colorado water, a little yeast and a few other secret ingredients into a warm, 94-proof bear hug. It’s a unique, okay, small-batch whiskey (18 barrels a week) that feels perfectly at home in your hand at the end of a long ski day.
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