A properly old bottle of bourbon! Like… 1950s old! J.A. Dougherty was an Irish immigrant that entered the US through Canada in the early 1800s. Working as a baker initially, he found a better use for all the grain products he worked with… His company J.A. Dougherty’s & Sons in Philadelphia was one of the few distilleries that was still allowed to produce whiskey during the Prohibition years (for medicinal use, u-huh…). In the years after Prohibition had been repealed, the company steadily kept up its production. Distilled in the 1950s and matured for 15 years, this is an incredibly rare bottle. The silver label and the fact that the distillery’s name is misspelled as “Daugherty’s” make this bottle even more unique.