Topics :: holiday spirits
To celebrate the 2012 holiday season, two Parisian hotels celebrate the best of international festive traditions.
For the third year in a row, you can cash in on Warwick International Hotels’ Black Friday savings without fighting the crowds or waiting in the cold.
This year, instead of waiting until the last minute and ducking into a drug store for a case of Altoids and a bow, pause and reflect upon the people on your gift list. Then reward them with your thoughtfulness.
If good grooming products make you happy, then think about sharing those elixirs with the nice (and the naughty) on your holiday gift list.
"This fruit cake is sure to convert any fruit cake hater. And with all that delicious bourbon, fruit and nuts in it, this fruit cake certainly won’t end up in the closet for 5 years!"
Even with the ever-increasing assortment of craft beers and ciders available to the connoisseur and novice alike, there are days when a thoughtfully-crafted cocktail is preferable to a tall pint.
On Columbus Day, many Americans take the day to remember Christopher Columbus’s landmark arrival to the "New World." Given the number of parades and parties, what better way to liven the celebration than with a fine liqueur, straight from Italia itself?
The weather is so mercurial that you can’t decide if you want something hot to drink - or a frosty mug. Try both. How about a drink that is hot and spicy - and frosty and cool at the same time?
Would you buy a half bottle of 223-year old cognac for £19,000 (approximately $30,000)? Most people would be quick to respond with a resounding "No."
This hi-tech age of ours is more than email, music files, and movies on your smart phone: Enter the virtual tasting for fans of wines and spirits!