Our pick of the weeks most interesting brand, article, podcast and video
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At The Cabinet we are partial to an aperatif so when we see somebody doing something new and exciting we sit up and take note. Introducing Sollasa, a new recipe that compliments Indian cuisine and is designed to elevate your enjoyment of Indian food. According to the blurb, Sollasa has been developed with leading chefs, mixologists and food scientists. The liquid is a delicious blend of orange zest, lime and lychee, with herbaceous notes of mint and basil, the cooling fragrant spice of coriander seeds and cardamom, and a pinch of sea salt. What's not to like?
Welcome to "The List," a column from Punch exploring the country's most notable wine lists. Up first, New York columnist Zachary Sussman visits Donostia, an Iberian pintxos taverna in the East Village with an unprecedented sherry list.
For anybody who is not aware of The Cocktail Lovers and their comprehensive cocktail blog, now might be the time to join their growing fan club. To get a good flavour as to what they do and how they do it check out the 3rd and most recent of their new podcast series.
A new video series that showcases the richness of Champagne through the eyes of select friends of the House. In this episode, discover through the eyes of Roger Federer what is sustainable viticulture at Moët & Chandon with Nathalie Perrin, Sustainable Viticulture Manager, and Baptiste Debargue, Vineyards Supervisor.