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to take time to savor. Pore over the quirky “free association” descriptions of each whiskey while sipping on Rieger’s Kansas City Whiskey neat—and then perhaps order another. 3001 Locust St., Midtown, 314.380.2040.

JJ Neukomm at Square One Brewery & Distillery

The creative brewery and distillery often infuses and meshes together local ingredients for its Spirits of St. Louis line. Sample the awardwinning JJ Neukomm single malt whiskey and ask about any new infusions. 1727 Park Ave., Lafayette Square, 314.231.2537.

Peachy Dreams at Taste

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With a long list of classics and impressive original concoctions, Taste has something for every kind of whiskey-drinker. Try the Peachy Dreams, featuring Highland Park 12-year or ask the bartender to create a drink just for you. 4584 Laclede Ave., Central West End, 314.361.1200.

Kingshighway Cobbler at Three Flags Tavern

Created with St. Louis’ history in mind, the buzzy neighborhood spot has hit its stride. Enjoy this sweet cocktail featuring Bulleit Rye, muddled cantaloupe and pineapple from the patio bar. 4940 Southwest Ave., Southwest Garden, 314.669.9222.

Jameson Whiskey Flights at Three Kings Public House

Beer plays a substantial role at Three Kings, but flights of Irish whiskey are offered as well. To tap into the staple’s creative side, try the vertical flight featuring Jameson riffs. Multiple locations, threekingspub.com.

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Cream de Cocoa Bourbon Martini at Three Sixty

Sipping bourbon amidst the sprawling Downtown skyline at the rooftop of Three Sixty? Ideal. With hazelnut-infused bourbon, cocoa nibs and vanilla liquor, this martini is the perfect nightcap. 1 S. Broadway, Downtown, 314.241.8439.

Kentucky Mule at The Whiskey Ring

This crowd favorite—made with James E. Pepper 1776 bourbon, ginger beer and a splash of lime—is a great warm-weather companion. But if you prefer a specific label, they’ll happily incorporate it into a Prohibition-era cocktail. 2651 Cherokee St., Cherokee, 314.769.7249.

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