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  1. As someone who works in the spirits industry, I regularly hear the same statement from numerous aficionados and experts: Tequila simply cannot age; putting it in wood casks is blasphemy. There’s...
  2. Cast in the shadow of the National Debt Clock ticking away near the IRS building, Sushi Zen may only be a few blocks from the hustle of Times Square, but it feels worlds away. That reserved presence...
  3. Ahh, Cinco de Mayo. It’s this country’s favorite time to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage, and it provides a great opportunity to discover amazing crafts courtesy of the passionate artisans...
  4. Having fun with cocktails is all in the experimentation. There are only a small number of classic cocktail categories, from which thousands of variations are born—fixes, sours, highballs, juleps, and...
  5. If the prospect of packing up an entire wine cellar, bringing it aboard an all-suite luxury cruise ship, and setting sail for some far-flung, sun-soaked destination tickles your fancy, we recommend...
  6. It’s hard to believe that sushi, such a prevalent delicacy in New York City, only made its way onto American soil about five decades ago. However, it wasn’t long before the fare went from an insider’...
  7. The allure of the Japanese noodle bar is manifold. It’s diners in the mist, the broth smoke adding window-fogging sultriness. It’s the collective easing of formal dining rules, as everyone is...
  8. The City That Never Sleeps keeps plenty of secrets up its sleeve. Japanese drinking culture, for example, is woven into almost every neighborhood; you just have to know where to look. And if you’re...
  9. There was a time when the pipe was considered the intellectual’s smoke. In fact, one pipe company, Peterson of Ireland, even coined a slogan to that effect, calling itself “The Thinking Man’s Pipe.”...
  10. Among the great pleasures associated with pipe smoking are discovering new tobaccos and having passionate conversations about the nuances of each blend. During one of the many frigid days that...

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