Some call him the Buddha of Bourbon–others, the Elder Statesman. One said that his face would be the first on the Mount Rushmore of Bourbon. A living legend, the real deal, brown water’s answer to Michael Jordan–whatever you name him, Jimmy Russell is not just a Southern treasure but an American one.
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