Eduardo Gomez, the founder of Tequila & Mezcal Fest, the biggest Tequila and Agave spirit festival in Europe, has some tips for those who’ve only ever considered tequila as a shot… “Tequila is a spirit with an incredible heritage and distinctive flavours,” Eduardo says. “It can be as fine aRead More →

Ted Alan Stedman rides the Tequila Express… Guadalajara, the city of fountains, tree-lined avenues, colonial architecture – and the Tequila Express. Locals plainly dub it “the party train,” fair appraisal for a rail ride during which tequila flows freely, entertainment is a 10-piece marachi band, and the destination is theRead More →

Now commanding international respect and record prices, the Scotch whisky industry has undergone a major transformation, says Craig MacLellan Scotch remains popular in the United States and Canada, as well as mainland Europe, but it is in emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil and Mexico where the whisky industryRead More →

The Frog - Adam Handling

The Frog, Adam Handling’s trendy new venture, hops on from his previous proving grounds into areas altogether more comme il faut Having broken out of the staid and decorous surrounds of his previous residence at Caxton on Ermine St., Chef of the Year 2014, Handling, has launched The Frog inRead More →

Often with our busy lifestyles we don’t stop to observe different cultures as they are. Adam Jacot de Boinod identifies the peculiarities in different languages ATISHOO! In Japan one sneeze signifies praise (ichi home); two sneezes, criticism (ni-kusashi); three sneezes, disparagement (san-kenashi) while four or more sneezes is taken toRead More →