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From Absinthe to Whiskey, Here Are Nine Atlanta Flights

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The Family Dog.
| Photo: David Daniels Design

It's Eater Cocktail Week, and there's something for everyone, including those spirit purists. From bourbon and whiskey to tequila, absinthe, and moonshine, here's a map of flights for the drinker who can't just choose one. Have another favorite? Leave it in the comments.
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The Family Dog

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There are three bourbon flight options at The Family Dog, ranging from well-known tastes to more high-end spirits that people may not have heard of before. Head in to try something new— each flight comes with tasting notes, and we've heard that food pairings are coming soon.

Holy Taco

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One tequila, two tequila, three tequila… who’s counting when Holy Taco promises that their flights are informative. Try a family's blanco, reposado, and anejo or sample a curated selection of Holy Taco favorites. [Photo]

Ink & Elm

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The whiskey flights at Ink & Elm's classy bar fit right in with their old school names. Some Like it Hot, The Finer Things, and A Tiny Tour offer single barrel or small batch bourbon, whiskey, and rye aged more than ten years, so sit down, relax, and swash back a trio.

Local Three

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Three’s the magic number at Local Three, where the brown liquor flows in one-ounce pours. Down a smoky swig from Islanders aged for 12 years, like Glenlivet or Redbreast, or try the New to L3 flight of the newest additions to the restaurant's bourbon collection. [Photo]

The Original El Taco

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El Taco’s family flights pair tequila with housemade sangrita for palate cleansing, so each sip goes down smooth. Taste separate blanco, reposado and anejo flights or choose the current family flight, Tres Agaves.

P'Cheen

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Of course O4W neighborhood spot P'cheen has moonshine flights, and of course they feature house-infused flavors like blackberry, peach cobbler, and apple pie.

The Pinewood Tippling Room

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Julian Goglia puts his mixologist skills to the test with thoughtfully curated whiskeys at The Pinewood Tippling Room. Choose from seven flights, such as the all-American Trinity: a high corn mash bill, rye mash, and wheat mash. Feeling bold? Try the Eleven Eleven Eleven for three hard hits at 130 proof: EH Taylor Barrel, Booker’s, and Stagg Jr.

Southern Art

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Southern Art's Bourbon Bar offers flights all the time, but get a special on the first Monday of each month. Head in for some of the finest bourbon on Peachtree Street, including a turkey-themed Thanksgiving flight this Monday, November 4th.

5 Seasons Brewing

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Sure, 5 Seasonss Brewing has a wall of taps available for a you-pick-em flight, but they’ve also got an extensive spirits list with mezcal, absinthe, and vodka flights if brews aren't your thing.

The Family Dog

There are three bourbon flight options at The Family Dog, ranging from well-known tastes to more high-end spirits that people may not have heard of before. Head in to try something new— each flight comes with tasting notes, and we've heard that food pairings are coming soon.

Holy Taco

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila… who’s counting when Holy Taco promises that their flights are informative. Try a family's blanco, reposado, and anejo or sample a curated selection of Holy Taco favorites. [Photo]

Ink & Elm

The whiskey flights at Ink & Elm's classy bar fit right in with their old school names. Some Like it Hot, The Finer Things, and A Tiny Tour offer single barrel or small batch bourbon, whiskey, and rye aged more than ten years, so sit down, relax, and swash back a trio.

Local Three

Three’s the magic number at Local Three, where the brown liquor flows in one-ounce pours. Down a smoky swig from Islanders aged for 12 years, like Glenlivet or Redbreast, or try the New to L3 flight of the newest additions to the restaurant's bourbon collection. [Photo]

The Original El Taco

El Taco’s family flights pair tequila with housemade sangrita for palate cleansing, so each sip goes down smooth. Taste separate blanco, reposado and anejo flights or choose the current family flight, Tres Agaves.

P'Cheen

Of course O4W neighborhood spot P'cheen has moonshine flights, and of course they feature house-infused flavors like blackberry, peach cobbler, and apple pie.

The Pinewood Tippling Room

Julian Goglia puts his mixologist skills to the test with thoughtfully curated whiskeys at The Pinewood Tippling Room. Choose from seven flights, such as the all-American Trinity: a high corn mash bill, rye mash, and wheat mash. Feeling bold? Try the Eleven Eleven Eleven for three hard hits at 130 proof: EH Taylor Barrel, Booker’s, and Stagg Jr.

Southern Art

Southern Art's Bourbon Bar offers flights all the time, but get a special on the first Monday of each month. Head in for some of the finest bourbon on Peachtree Street, including a turkey-themed Thanksgiving flight this Monday, November 4th.

5 Seasons Brewing

Sure, 5 Seasonss Brewing has a wall of taps available for a you-pick-em flight, but they’ve also got an extensive spirits list with mezcal, absinthe, and vodka flights if brews aren't your thing.

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