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  1. Barneys in Beverly Hills is home to several of the world’s most coveted fragrances, but none occupies a more stimulating space than Frédéric Malle’s Editions de Parfums ( www.editionsdeparfums.com...
  2. The hardworking, technically obsessed Swiss-German watchmakers rarely steal the spotlight from their decadent Swiss-French rivals, but the relaunch of the Ingenieur watch from IWC (800.432. 9330, www...
  3. In a statement of its dominion in diamonds, De Beers (212.906.0001, www.debeers.com ) is marking the debut of its first American store by exhibiting the world’s second-largest faceted D-flawless...
  4. Built in 1986 to host the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open, the 18-hole Starr Pass Golf Course (800.503.2898, www.starrpasstucson.com ) proved a challenge even to the professionals. Its “difficult personality...
  5. The term terroir has served the wine world well in describing the indescribable something (climate, soil, sun exposure) that renders the unique flavor profile of a single vineyard or place...
  6. Although renowned for his wit and wisdom, founding father Benjamin Franklin was wrong about at least one thing: The turkey would have been a terrible choice for America’s national symbol. Since 1782...
  7. SAMUEL ADAMS UTOPIAS The true king of beers is not Budweiser, nor is it best enjoyed ice-cold on a hot July day. In fact, this most regal of brews tastes best when drunk warm, and its flavor profile...
  8. MONTECRISTO GOLF SET Although logo-emblazoned balls and tees lend a sporting theme to the Montecristo Golf Set, the package’s real prizes are its 27 cigars and delightful polygonal box. Replace the...
  9. Water is an essential element at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay’s Bathhouse (877.632.9636, www.thehotelatmandalaybay.com ), a stark yet elegant spa that opened at the Las Vegas resort in March 2004...
  10. Gregory Anderson , Robb Report’s new automotive editor, once was advised by David E. Davis Jr., the founder and editor emeritus of Automobile magazine, that he should reinvent himself every so often...

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