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Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery was born in the late 1800s and quickly became the largest producer of sour mash whiskey in the area. Then it was shut down in the early 1900s thanks to a little thing called Prohibition. Tennessee’s oldest bottled whiskey is back from the dead after more than a century thanks to two brothers who happen to be great-great-great grandsons of the original founder, Charles Nelson. The brothers Nelson, operating again as Nelson’s Green Brier, recently launched Nelson’s First 108 Tennessee whiskey, a whiskey named for the 108 years since the original shutdown and the 108 barrels they had aging in the warehouse. Nelson’s First 108 is distilled from the original recipe and mellowed through sugar maple charcoal as part of the Lincoln County Process. The whiskey is available in a green label small batch bottled at 90 proof and a Single Barrel option bottled at cask strength.

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A pocket square is a touch of old school class. It’s an element that casually lets people know you’re a gentleman. This knife from Gerber borrows its name from the humble pocket square because it too is sharp and dressy. Eschewing superfluous design elements for a sleek, clean appearance, the Gerber Pocket Square Knife is refined and mature. The machined aluminum handle is paired with a 3” drop point blade and an ambidextrous thumb lift for one stunning folder. If James Bond relied on a pocket knife, this would be it.