• House of Hazelwood: Ultra-rare Whiskies You can Afford to Open

    22 days ago - By Elite Traveler

    It doesn't matter how wealthy you are, there comes a point where a bottle of Scotch whisky is so valuable that the very idea of opening it becomes asinine. Many of the oldest and rarest expressions are considered collectibles; if not, commodities in a portfolio. The House of Hazelwood, launched earlier this year by one of Scotch whisky's leading families, appears intent on changing that.
    This new name in whisky is owned by one of the oldest: the Gordon family, which counts Glenfiddich , The Balvenie and the ethereal ghost distillery of Ladyburn within its portfolio. The family boasts one...
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  • Housing affordability is so bad that it's the only thing liberal and conservative voters can agree on

    Housing affordability is so bad that it's the only thing liberal and conservative voters can agree on

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    Americans at a voting station. Getty Images
    Despite a cooling trend in real estate prices, housing remains unaffordable for many Americans.
    On Tuesday, millions of voters nationwide casted ballots in favor of affordable housing measures.
    Data from Moody's Analytics shows it's one of the only issues that voters of all political stripes largely agreed on.
    On Tuesday, Americans across the country showed up to cast ballots and vote on issues that most affect their daily lives. While social issues like healthcare, voters rights, and education were top of mind, housing affordability was another...
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