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2019 Summer Drinks

26 June 2019

Granita or frappe will peobably never become out of fashion. Neither will the classic cocktails such as: mojito, cuba libre, tequila sunrise, margarita, pina colada, daquiri, hugo etc. They are all fresh, delicious, cooling and everybody knows their all-time favorite. But looking at the bigger picture, it would seem that there is a bit of a „trend” when […]

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Hospitality and Sustainability

26 May 2019

Did you know tourism is responsible for approximately 5% out of all greenhouse gas emisions we produce? Furthermore, it is estimated that by 2035 the quantity of these gases will increase by 130%. And it’s no wonder – the hotel industry has grown by 2.3% in 2018 (reaching a level of revenues above €1,28 trillions); and […]

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Professional Kitchens – Behind Closed Doors

9 October 2016

There are many things that clients don’t know and/or understand about how a professional kitchen functions. And sure, it’s debatable if it would be of any use for them to find out about them, because the relationship between a customer and a restaurant is shaped strictly by what was ordered and the quality of the […]

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Easter Flavored Guinness Records

2 May 2016

We’re happy to be celebrating the Holiday of Light and we’re truly wishing you a happy Easter, surrounded by all those who you feel close to your heart! Feel the joy, relax and may you have everything you want! But we know all too well that the holidays mean something else for every person and […]

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The most Dangerous Foods in the World – The Fugu Fish

13 March 2016

We all know that certain foods are not good for us, but now we are not talking about those courses that can affect our health on the long run or about those that could cause a certain level of discomfort, especially after a bit of an excess. There really are foods out there that can […]

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Ayam Cemani – „The Lamborghini of Poultry”

4 October 2015

While we were writing about the Beluga caviar, we thought it might be interesting to also write about other exotic animal products, and the first thing we came across in our research that really caught our eye was this Indonesian breed of chicken, known as Ayam Cemani and called by some „The Lamborghini of poultry” […]

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Beluga Caviar

4 October 2015

How about you spoil yourself with some information on one of the absolute symbols of luxury, if an actual taste isn’t really an option… Yes, we are talking about caviar, Beluga caviar in particular, and we’re starting off with telling you that a single kilo of this lovely thing can usually cost up to $25,000 […]

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Marsala – The Color of the Year in 2015 and the Wine That Is Always in Style

18 June 2015

You may already know that The Pantone Color Institute decided that Marsala is the color of the year in 2015. It is a daring color in a brownish-red shade. The reason why it earned its status is, according to the Executive Director of Pantone (Leatrice Eiseman) is: „Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding […]

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Generation Y and alcoholic beverages consumption

28 May 2015

One of the key aspects behind a successful business is knowing and understanding your target. And each audience category is quite different from the other and since it’s quite a waste of money to try to learn by trial and error, we should take advantage of every study released on the market that helps us […]

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Famous Chefs – Marie-Antoine Carême

18 June 2014

Marie-Antoine Carême was probably the first true Chef. He lived between 1784 and 1833 and he cooked for the most important people of his time: Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, Napoleon, King George IV, Tsar Alexander I or James Mayer Rothschild. Also, Carême is famous for his books that not only include recipes and techniques of the […]

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