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  1. In 2014, Cohiba unveiled a new limited-edition cigar, the Dominican-made Cohiba Luxury Selection, which earlier this year was named Robb Report’s Best of the Best cigar. Now the manufacturer has...
  2. Enrique Olvera’s growing empire of inventive Mexican cuisine has landed in Los Cabos. The chef, whose acclaimed restaurants include Pujol in Mexico City and Cosme in Manhattan, debuted the 114-seat...
  3. As chocolaty as a truffle yet more tender and delicate, the Brazilian brigadeiro seems destined to steal cupcake-loving hearts in the United States. Originally created to promote Brigadeiro Eduardo...
  4. Sandeman extends its series of commemorative releases with a 50-year-old, single-cask port. Tawny ports—traditionally designated as 10-, 20-, 30-, and 40-year-olds—are identified by the average age...
  5. Master chefs are boarding cruise ships to take travelers on mouthwatering voyages. Having branched out from fine-dining establishments to food trucks, the world’s great chefs are now taking to the...
  6. A dot-com pioneer sets out to build the world’s best golf clubs. Bob Parsons is passionate about golf. Since picking up the game in his early 30s, the founder and former owner and CEO of the domain-...
  7. Idaho’s legendary ski resort makes its latest ascent. On an evening in mid-August, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony was warming up for Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 against a dramatic backdrop of...
  8. Boucheron’s latest collection honors Indian design and a commission of regal proportions. The maharaja of Patiala—followed by his entourage of attendants carrying boxes of gemstones—paraded across...
  9. A sophisticated barrel-proof bourbon emerges from deep in the heart of Texas. As its rich reddish hue suggests, Garrison Brothers 2015 Cowboy Bourbon is unlike most other bourbons, and it is unlike...
  10. Limited-edition cigars from the Dominican Republic and Cuba commemorate Montecristo’s 80th anniversary. In the novel The Count of Monte Cristo , Alexandre Dumas describes Edmond Dantès—a sailor who...

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