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  1. There’s a smattering of resolute truths about New York City: It’s crowded; the apartments, on average, are small; and there’s no shortage of coffee shops—about 1,700, in fact. While it seems that a...
  2. For some people, roughing it means campfires and sleeping bags and destinations far removed from the comforts of settled living. You know the type—they’re the crunchy granola folks who would trail...
  3. If you love a good cocktail and a strong cup of coffee, we’re willing to bet you’ve gone the do-it-yourself route and infused some spirits with coffee beans. Surely you’ve at least thought about it,...
  4. I love an expertly crafted espresso beverage as much as I do a refined, classic cocktail, and I know I’m not the only person who reserves equal space in his heart for both. After all, there’s an art...
  5. The problem with wine is its immediacy. Not in its production, of course—there’s nothing immediate about growing grapes and making fine wine. It’s the consumption of wine that always feels...
  6. As the sommelier for Drew Nieporent’s Montrachet during the early 2000s, Daniel Johnnes developed an elaborate Burgundy program that earned the posh French restaurant in Tribeca plenty of acclaim...
  7. One look at the gleaming copper pot stills inside Bangkok’s A. R. Sutton & Co. Engineers Siam bar and distillery and it’s clear that Ashley Sutton, owner and founder, isn’t messing around. Those...
  8. Can you keep a secret? Good, because Bangkok’s nightlife scene is full of them. Hidden or secret bars are trending in Thailand’s capital city, and part of the fun is discovering their locales. Though...
  9. Want to impress your spirit-loving friends? You could break out a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle or that Lalique decanter of 60-year-old Macallan that you’ve been hiding in the safe cleverly concealed...
  10. 2 oz. chamomile-infused Highland Park 12 Year Old scotch ¾ oz. fresh lemon juice ½ oz. honey syrup ¼ oz. simple syrup 1 egg white Belgian-style ale for topping off Lemon twist for garnish...

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