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Tea

Let’s Spill the Tea

Boil up the kettle and break out the china, it’s Tea Time! Coffee is the ever popular beverage we all tend to turn to in the mornings for that much needed boost of energy it...
Lesley Gracie, Hendrick's Gin

Hendrick’s: A Wildly Unusual Gin

“I am lying in a hammock in the communal sleeping hut in a small village in the Venezuelan rainforest. At night it is pitch black and pouring rain. I can hear the cockroaches scurrying...
French Quarter, New Orleans

Louisiana Road Trip

The mouth of the Mississippi is bilingual. Its jewel, New Orleans, stirs the gumbo pot of ancestry and cuisine to the rhythms of jazz and zydeco. They call it the Big Easy—because anything goes....
Champagne

Sparkling Canadians

In conversation with sommelier, Zoltan Szabo, Adam Waxman discusses how Canada is sparkling from coast to coast Adam Waxman: Canada’s sparkling wines have recently emerged on the world stage. How did that happen? Zoltan Szabo: Well,...
Vodka Cocktail

Vodka Then and Now

Let’s give credit where credit is due. Raise a glass and make a toast to Poland and its gift to the world... With vodka of course. Vodka has taken a circuitous route around the globe...
La Cite du Vin, Bordeaux

The Bordeaux Wine Route

The world of wine swirls around Bordeaux. Bordeaux is a style, a quality, and a symbol of status. The soul of Bordeaux is vested in the newly minted La Cité du Vin. Is it...
Apple

Into the Blue…Mountains

…Mountains, that is. Take a bite out of Ontario big apple country Time was, Collingwood built lake freighters, navy trawlers and ice breakers. It then developed as a winter destination for skiing and eventually...

Kanpai to Summer!

In an interview with Maxim magazine last year, late culinary hero Anthony Bourdain declared that if he had to pick one country to be stuck in forever, it would be Japan. While I have...

International Daiquiri Day

Today is INTERNATIONAL DAIQUIRI DAY! Nothing cools us down better during this summer heat than the Bacardi Original Daiquiri! By the pool or on the patio, it's as easy to mix as it is...

New and Exciting in Toronto

Apres Noir, an entertainment behemoth unique to Toronto, unique in the world, is the brainchild of Carlo Parentela, President and GM of Le Jardin Conference & Event Venue. Parentela’s global imagination is as boundless as...

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