Spirit of Detroit Men's American Apparel Tee

Spirit of Detroit Men's American Apparel Tee  - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Spirit of Detroit Men's American Apparel Tee  - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Jersey t-shirt for men, 100% cotton, Brand: American Apparel
$25.99
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Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
This t-shirt is perfect for that tailored look. Throw it on under a sweater or sweatshirt, or wear it by itself with a pair of jeans or khakis.
  • 100% fine-combed jersey cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 4.3 oz (lightweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-3X available in a wide variety of colors
  • Durable double-stitched bottom hem and stretchable cotton collar for lasting comfort
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Made, processed and printed in the U.S.A.
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  • Jersey t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: American Apparel

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Spirit of Detroit Men's American Apparel Tee
This libation, invented at the Detroit Athletic Club, is called the Last Word. It’s a chilled, verdant, pungent combination of gin, maraschino liqueur, lime and green Chartreuse, an herbal liqueur concocted 400 years ago by French monks. “In cocktail geekdom, few drinks get more discussed and dissected than the Last Word,” wrote Tan Vinh, a Seattle journalist who researched that city’s hottest drink and found its popularity had spread to cocktail lounges around the world. No one at the DAC had heard about the Last Word until Vinh contacted the club earlier this year. Staffers searched the archives of the DAC News, the club’s monthly magazine, plus old menus and other ephemera. They found nothing. That’s because it had been more than 80 years since the DAC invented the drink — a product of Prohibition in the 1920s.