Author: Lillian Africano

Robb Vices: Luxury Gifts That Keep on Giving

Robb Vices. The name is sexy, the marketing is smart. The son of Robb Report’s publisher has taken the popular concept of subscription boxes and created a product that reflects the magazine’s content of luxury-things-to-have. Subscriptions can be month-to-month—or for three-, six- or 12-month periods. For about $100 a month (depending on the subscription chosen), subscribers (or gift recipients) receive a box filled with unusual and desirable surprises—handmade Italian Finlay & Co sunglasses, Euro-styled Bluetooth speakers, technologically-wild writing instruments designed by Ferrari’s Pininfarina, to name a few. All the rarities have been carefully curated—so as to guarantee delighted pleasure...

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Boondocks American Whiskey: The Perfect Gift for the Spirits Connoiseur

 ‘Tis the season to make a little merry–and to say thanks to friends, colleagues, clients and the people who make your life easier all year long. Time to go shopping. For the connoiseur of fine spirits, a pair Boondocks whiskeys in a sturdy messenger bag would be a most welcome gift. Crafted in close cooperation with Dave Scheurich, one of the world’s most respected master’s distillers and winner of the Whisky Advocate Lifetime Achievement Award, Boondocks American Whiskey is made from a mash of corn, rye, and malted barley. (Don’t call it bourbon–because it’s distilled to a higher proof than...

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Coffee Tourism in El Salvador Jolts Interest of Worldly Travelers

(BPT) – Americans’ love for coffee is inspiring them to embark on java journeys around the world, leading them to stunning locations like El Salvador where coffee is an important part of daily life. In fact, coffee farming has fueled the economy in El Salvador and defined its rich culture for more than 200 years. Today, it is estimated there are nearly 20,000 Salvadoran coffee growers producing the elite Bourbon and Pacarma varietals throughout the growing regions of Apaneca-Ilamatepec, Chichontepec, the Cacahuatique Mountain Range and Tecapa-Chichontepec. The end product is shipped around the world and enjoyed by millions of...

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017: 91 and Counting

On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 23, 2017, in New York City, the 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will delight the millions of people who watch either the NBC broadcast or via Live Steam. The parade will start at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, at the corner of Central Park West and 77th Street and proceed downtown along a 2.5-mile route, to Columbus Circle, then along Central Park South to 6th Avenue, down 6th Avenue to 34th Street, then finally along 34th Street to Macy’s Herald Square (34th Street). This continues a tradition that started back in the 1920s, when America’s doors...

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