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Drink Some Ultra-Premium Vodka, Save Some White Tigers

Tigre Blanc, vodka
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2014
We love ultra-premium vodka and we love cats, but we don't often see the two cross paths. Until we heard of Tigre Blanc, that is. Founder Henri Belleville set out to create a cognac-style vodka that could stand for power and unite his French...

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Caution: This Ice Bucket May Result in Excessive Wine Consumption

Epicureanist silver ice bucket
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2014
Ice buckets are generally a necessary evil to keep your wine (or beer) chilled, with most of the designs boring and uninspired, but this Epicureanist Silver Ice Bucket works as a fantastic center piece too. With its bigger size, you can also fit...


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World's 50 Best Bars 2014 Announced: See Which Bars Cracked the Top 10

By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2014
In case you missed it, The World's 50 Best Bars announced their picks Thursday for 2014, giving you the pub crawl to end all pub crawls. Put on by Drinks International, the winners were chosen by over 330 industry professionals and includes bars...

Four Seasons Executive Chef Andrea Accordi Reaches for Another Michelin Star

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By: Janice Niedercomments 0 | 2014
Last year the iconic Four Seasons opened the their first hotel in Russia, the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, located in a historical palace known as the House with Lions. “Years of meticulous restoration and perfecting of the...

David Beckham & Famous Friends Launch New Haig Club Single-Grain Scotch Whisky in Scotland

haig club, david beckham, single-grain scotch whisky
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 2 | 2014
You may not be able to have David Beckham for yourself or wake up to be David Beckham, but you can certainly drink like him now. Haig Club, a brand new single-grain Scotch whisky produced by Beckham and Simon Fuller, was officially launched globally...

The $300 Macallan Rare Cask Whisky Is Calling Out to You

Macallan Rare Cask Whisky
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 1 | 2014
The Macallan, known for their luxury range of single malt Scotch whisky, has just announced the addition of the new Rare Cask to their core range of expressions. Offering a "splendidly rich and resonant ruby hue," the whisky sits in...

Dine With the Locals at the 4th Annual Caribbean Food & Wine Festival

Caribbean Food & Wine Festival
By: JustLuxe Teamcomments 0 | 2014
Taking place November 6-8, the 4th Annual Caribbean Food & Wine Festival is coming up fast. The weekend-long event is being held by Grace Bay Resorts, in partnership with the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board and The Wine Cellar. It also includes...

Chef Yves Le Lay Explores the "Core of His Culinary Soul" with New Nordic Islands Cuisine

Chef Yves Le Lay,Pädaste Manor
By: Janice Niedercomments 0 | 2014
Saaremaa's Pädaste Manor’s wildly talented, wildly attractive (and single) Chef de Cuisine Yves Le Lay has worked in many iconic Michelin-starred kitchens throughout Denmark, Switzerland and Norway before happily returning to what he...

Bypass the Complexities of Brewing Beer & Let the Brewbot Do It For You

brewbot, craft beer, brewing beer
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 1 | 2014
With craft beer booming, everyone wants to be a home brewer nowadays, but actually doing it can be more of a commitment than you're prepared for—it's scientific, complicated, and requires a lot of patience and training to do right. If...

Popular Spirits in 12 Different Countries That You Have Probably Never Heard Of

slivovitz, serbia
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2014
Every country has a drink they're known for, especially when it's something that has become synonymous with the country's name (like Guinness and Ireland, or sake and Japan). But there are some drinks out there that you may not be as...

Vintage Wine Weekend at Four Seasons Maui: A Connoisseur’s Dream Come True

Vintage Wine Weekend
By: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reisscomments 0 | 2014
Close your eyes, drift into serene repose and imagine an unforgettable event where you spend an entire weekend kicking back and sipping wine. Now imagine the irresistible combination of gourmet food, wine and music at Maui’s only Forbes Five...

The Future of Wine: 3 Hot Trends You Need to Know About

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By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2014
Wine trends fluctuate pretty often, with new favorites appearing as if over night while old favorites will suddenly be deemed unpopular—only to have the roles reversed soon after. Sometimes a movie will change minds (like how Sideways suddenly...
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