Tequila

Tequila is the Mexican drink par excellence and is, of course, Mexico’s most famous ambassador. To demonstrate the influence of our country and its beverage, we only have to remember that, at the close of 1994, Mexico suffered another of its financial crisis, which not only affected our nation but many others, as well. 

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Mahsuri, Carcosa Seri Negara

The sky is clear and the stars are shining, just like the towers of Kuala Lampur, and the elegant table, beautifully set on the terrace, is aglow with the light from silver candlesticks. A romantic scene in a colonial setting: the gardens of what at one time was the guesthouse of English governor Frank Swettenham.

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Vodka

Historians say that it was created during the Middle Ages and was used for medicinal purposes. The birth of vodka did not happen by chance: this distilled beverage is a variety —or the perfection— of others that came before. Its origins go back to the Eastern Europe of long ago.

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Zannos Melathron

Hidden in the middle of the island is a wonderful restaurant that invites diners to discover Greek and Mediterranean cuisine elegantly prepared with sophisticated flavors. The 19th century mansion has been wonderfully restored to its former charm and distinction.

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Mexican Wine

Mexican wines are penetrating international markets and conquering the most demanding palates. It is said that a wine tradition is developing in our country but I think that we are living a renaissance.

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Kura Kura

The Bali Oberoi is a corner of beauty and elegance on Kuta beach, where traditional stone buildings and statues of the gods blend together with charming lotus-filled pools and the gentle beauty of the people. It is a world that is very close to paradise, an Eden that invites us to enjoy a life of harmony accompanied by the murmur of the waves.

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Cognac

If the wine is the noblest of the fermented beverages, the cognac is the undisputed king of the distilled drinks. This title comes from, in big part, the French and the winegrowers from the Charente region. There, during the beginings of the 17th century, this spirit was first distilled.

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The maritime king of white wines

This marvelous sparkling wine, called by some “the king of white wines,” is made with grapes that grow exclusively in vineyards located in the Champagne region of northern France. Champagne was the first wine-growing region to be delimited by a law enacted in 1927, that restricted it to a 35 000-hectare district made up of 237 “crus” or parcels of vineyards.

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For Gourmets

 Located inside the Gran Hotel Sóller, a stunning palace built in 1880 by the Casanovas family and turned into a hotel during the 60s, the Can Blau has managed to combine typical Majorcan décor with the distinctive flavors of the island. 

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Leading wines: French rosé wines

The­se are ob­tai­ned th­rough a so ca­lled “blee­ding” pro­cess. That is to say, the red gra­pe is pres­sed and the skin left for so­me hours in con­tact with the must un­til the de­si­red ro­sé co­lor is ob­tai­ned.

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