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Executive Chef Edmund Wong Shares His BBQ Secrets Before Upcoming Bellagio Event

Jun 27, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Bellagio Executive Chef Edmund Wong is getting ready to spill some barbeque grilling secrets on July 5 inside the luxury hotel's state-of-the-art Tuscany Kitchen. The Las Vegas event, which will be hosted by Master Sommelier and Bellagio Director of Wine Jason Smith, is part of Bellagio's Epicurean Epicenter series, which is full of culinary experiences that invite guests to check out the hotel's culinary talent.... Read More

Can You Guess Which Oscar Winner Co-Created a New Multinational Spirit?

Jun 24, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

For anyone who loves experimenting with new recipes, either on the plate or in the glass, there are fewer things more fun than discovering a slew of new cocktails to try out — even better if actor Robert De Niro is attached to them. As a way to celebrate the United States launch of VDKA 6100 (that's read as "vodka," in case you were wondering), which premiered in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey earlier in the month, the brand shared eight recipes that promise a "twist of tomorrow."... Read More

Everything You Didn't Realize You Needed to Know About Olive Oil

Jun 19, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

When many set out to buy a bottle of olive oil, they tend to just grab the first one they see on the shelf and continue on shopping. For olive oil enthusiasts and experts, that's a pretty offensive way to make a decision. After all, just like quality makes a difference when selecting the right wine or Scotch, it also does in the realm of olive oil and there's a reason why certain regions are famous for it.... Read More

Reserve Your Spot at the Moët & Chandon Pop-Up Le & Restaurant With Michelin-Starred Chef Yannick Alléno in France

Jun 18, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Moët & Chandon recently announced their exciting new pop-up restaurant with the Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno. The restaurant, called Le &, is meant to celebrate Moët’s Grand Vintage 2006 vintage bottling and is now open in Moët & Chandon's historic L’Orangerie estate in Epernay, France.... Read More

Be Greeted With a Personalized Plaque When You Use CellarPass to Plan Winery Visits

Jun 12, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Most apps are pretty forgettable, but CellarPass is one you should definitely check out if you're a self-professed wino. The web- and app-based service makes it super easy to check out new wineries and artisanal distilleries while you're traveling, offering an online tasting room, food and wine event searches, and reservation and ticketing service.  ... Read More

Summer Soup You Have to Try: Capella Pedregal's Gazpacho de Piquillo

Jun 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

When temperatures rise, eating light and fresh is the secret to joyful summer dining. Gazpacho (chilled vegetable soup) is a seasonal staple of innumerable restaurants and home kitchens, particularly those in hot Mediterranean and desert climates. Though tomato is usually the predominant flavor, no two gazpachos are exactly alike, largely because each preparation is reliant on the availability of ripe ingredients at the peak of their flavor. ... Read More

Ketel One Distiller Bob Nolet Chats the Industry and the Impact of Trends

Jun 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Founded in 1691 in Schiedam, Holland, Ketel One distillery still stands as a monument today. Much expanded since its humble beginnings, the waterfront structures were ideally placed for grain trade, and remain a scenic location and destination. Complete with distillery, bottling, shipping, and storage facilities, the encampment is also home to an art gallery and rooftop bar. Several historic pieces are on display throughout the Ketel One property, with everything from original bottles to recent memorabilia exhibited.... Read More

The Facundo Paraiso: Bacardi Lineage Produces a New Rum to Sip & Savor

Jun 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

A rum to sip and savor, Facundo's Paraiso is much more than a mere libation and you wouldn't dare mix this with cola — it's an experience unto itself. Straight from the private reserves of the Bacardi family, the Facundo line of rums is considered to be the best to ever be released by the company. In fact, Paraiso itself is at the top of the collection. ... Read More

Chief Development Officer Isaac Gilmore Explains How Montalvo Embarks to Change the Way You Drink Tequila

Jun 3, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With the explosion of craft cocktails and beer, people are expecting more from their liquor. Sure, it used to be acceptable to choke down whatever was cheapest and on offer, but not anymore. We want liquor from a brand that we like. We want the story and the hipster cool factor that comes with drinking something we know a little bit about. Several grassroots companies have found footing in this new era of drinking awareness, and Montalvo Tequila is one such brand. Not only it is a small powerhouse, it also presents a new kind of tequila, one that is triple distilled so you can sip it slowly, like you would with a fine whiskey or brandy. ... Read More

Nespresso's New Vertuoline Caters to the North American Coffee Market

Jun 2, 2014  |   Contributor: Courtney Driver

Anyone who followed my stories during 2013 will know that during the last year I was chosen as a Nespresso Club Blogger and as a result I not only covered much of the brand’s news but also tested and wrote about their products extensively. While I am no longer in that role, the experience left me with a deep understanding of the brand and the quality of its products – they never had to sell me on anything, the coffee and machines sold themselves.... Read More

 
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