The limited edition Three Ships 10 year old whisky recently added gold from the San Francisco Spirits Competition to its collection of medals. Altogether 1 407 entries from 63 countries were evaluated by a panel which included some of the… Continue Reading
When I think of silk pocket squares, my mind goes to that traditional lustrous material that seems to be best suited to the puff fold. On the other hand, when I want fabric that is more rigid and raw the… Continue Reading
In May 2013 Taschen will release six deluxe editions of the epic work Genesis from acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado.
Although this might not be my first choice for a watch (even if I could afford it), there is definitely something that resonates with me about a timepiece that is a reminder of my own mortality. This is not a… Continue Reading
Islay’s independent farm distillery, Kilchoman, has added a new range to its award winning Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky collection, Loch Gorm. Named after the famously peaty loch near the distillery, the Loch Gorm range will be the only sherry… Continue Reading
While there has been considerable attention paid to the the release of The Gatsby Collection from Brooks Brothers this week, I’ve decided to take the time to focus on what I call the wearable Gatsby.
Once you’ve made the decision to start investing in quality footwear and begin exploring your options, you will eventually come face to face with the shoe known as the whole-cut. Although as far as I know this type does not… Continue Reading
One of the many fine watches to be seen at Baselworld 2013 will be this new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT. This Seamaster features a blue lacquered dial with orange accents, including the orange center-set GMT hand.
Heading up an absolutely all star line-up at Sotheby’s Print Sale in New York will be the 1902 woodcut entitled The Kiss IV from Edvard Munch. After the record-breaking sale of
Tobermory is the only distillery located on the Hebridean island of Mull, in the town of Tobermory. The distillery, which was formerly known as Ledaig, was founded in 1798 and is the oldest commercial distillery in Scotland.