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Table for four? That’ll be £1,000

10-12-2014 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Business News

Is pre-pay the way to beat no-shows? » More

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Eire apparent

09-10-2014 | By: Clinton Cawood | Category: Opinions Whisky / Whiskey News

A whiskey style worth holding on to. » More

Gonzo Cru Classé

Farewell 3 & 4 puttonyos?

11-11-2013 | By: Gergely Barsi Szabó | Category: Hungary Opinions Business Wine style White only News

Tokaj`s self regulatory body in Hungary toughened up at last. » More

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In rude health

15-07-2013 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines England News

More good news from the English wine scene » More

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Tesco sticks its neck out

15-03-2013 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Business News

I’m intrigued by Tesco’s decision to buy the Giraffe chain of restaurants » More

On the rum

The Holy Grail of the Far East !!!

27-01-2012 | By: Ian Burrell | Category: Opinions Rum & Cachaca Asia News

If you were a Luxury brand owner and there was one country in world that you could wish your brand to be successful in, which country would you choose ?   » More

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Chain Reaction

22-06-2011 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Business News Coffee

There was something depressingly inevitable about the news that recently filtered through the bush telegraph » More

On the rum

VODKAFEST !!!

13-04-2011 | By: Ian Burrell | Category: Opinions Vodka Rum & Cachaca USA England News Russia

On Friday April 1st April 2011, a momentous event was announced but caused a rippling effect within the spirits industry. » More

The Blind Tiger

The End of Binge Britain? An Act to Repress the Loathsome Sin of Drunkenness

05-01-2011 | By: The Baron | Category: Opinions Gin Beers Business England News

So the Conservative lead government have an answer to the great British problem of binge drinking. This masterstroke is supposedly encouraged by the previous Labour Government’s policy of late licenses, which, ironically, was initially seen as a solution in itself. » More

From food to wine

Franciacorta sparkles - but does anybody care?

09-07-2010 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: Opinions People Sparkling Asia Tastings North America England News Italy

I finally got to visit Italy’s Franciacorta region recently. » More

Peach Pubs

Train Travel & Champagne - A Cautionary Tale

24-06-2010 | By: Jo Eames | Category: Opinions Champagne Sparkling News

Of all the Calendar Reminders that can pop up on your BlackBerry, the one that says: Monday 9.30am Eurostar to Champagne is probably the best. » More

From food to wine

Wine in Abu Dhabi and a job vacancy!

16-02-2010 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: Matching Opinions People Wines Business Asia England News

Progress! Most of the wines for the Hakkasan Emirates Palace opening list are chosen, and I’m just waiting for prices from the importers. Abu Dhabi has a 50% import tax on alcohol, so the prices will probably come as a shock. » More

Licensing - a cocktail of ideas

Yet more legislation ….

05-02-2010 | By: Niall McCann | Category: Opinions England News

Election fever is here and the Government has been keen to hit the headlines with as many populist policies as possible » More

From food to wine

Abu Dhabi: writing the list

05-02-2010 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: England News Opinions People Wines Business Asia

Abu Dhabi. Not a wine destination, but Hakkasan opens there in April, and I’m busy writing the list. » More

A New York bartender

Egg on your Face

01-02-2010 | By: Naren Young | Category: Australia USA England News Opinions Spirits & Cocktails

On January 18, Audrey Saunders, famed owner of the revered Pegu Club cocktail lounge in Soho, received a visit from the Department of Health (DOH). » More

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