Harry Truman"Kentucky Bourbon" Whiskey Glass, Circa 1951
Harry Truman"Kentucky Bourbon" Whiskey Glass, Circa 1951
Harry Truman"Kentucky Bourbon" Whiskey Glass, Circa 1951

Harry Truman"Kentucky Bourbon" Whiskey Glass, Circa 1951 (Gift Box Set of 2)

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  • Gift Box Set of 2 Harry Truman Collection Bourbon/Whiskey glasses
  • Perfect for generous pours of liquor with plenty room for ice
  • Wide mouth enhances flavors; sturdy base handles muddled drinks
  • Toughened to withstand the rigors of a professional bar; dishwasher safe
  • Specifications: Height: 3 3/4"; Rim Diameter: 3 1/2”; Capacity: 11 1/4 ounces

The Buck Stops with Harry Truman's Classic Bourbon Glass.

"I don't much care for for your law," said Harry Truman, "but, bygolly, this bourbon is good." Both sides of Harry Truman’s family came from Kentucky, the birthplace of bourbon. So his love for the spirit should come as no surprise. The straight-talking Midwesterner was an unabashed bourbon fan, for years beginning most days with a dram of Old Grand-Dad or Wild Turkey and a power walk. Besides his morning constitutional, Truman usually enjoyed his bourbon with water or with ginger ale.

Spirited gifts were frequently bestowed on Truman, and the list of presents that the White House received in 1951 included a set of these bold yet dignified glasses.  The wide mouth is designed to enhance flavor profiles and sipping experience, and a sturdy base handles muddled drinks.  For generous pours of liquor with plenty room for ice.

Pour yourself two fingers of the good stuff, and offer a toast to The Man from Independence. Gift Box Set of 2 includes "The Gentleman's Guide to Bourbon."