Wines and Spirits
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Made from l’eau de vie (the water of life), cognac is arguably one of France’s greatest offerings in the world of liquor. However, in recent years it has been somewhat eclipsed by its distant cousin champagne. Here, we hope to change that. We explore the basics of this historical beverage, covering the geography of cognacs and its different grades.
Champagne? Yes, of course!
Often seen as the younger, uncouth cousin of wines and spirits, beers tend to be overlooked when considering food and drink combinations. However, given the wide variety of styles available, beers offer an exciting opportunity to explore different food pairings.
Fabergé and The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. have collaborated on a series of seven highly collectible luxury gift sets based on the beauty and wonders of Ireland with all proceeds going to charity.
Here, we will highlight some of the general nuances between each of the world’s main whisk(e)y producers and take a look at what the Japanese do differently, adding onto the world’s whisky market.