“During this same period we have seen the non-Cuban hand rolled cigar industry boom. Many of these now well-established factories were set up by former Cuban cigar workers and families who owned factories before the Cuban revolution.”
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Recent rule changes by the Scotch Whisky Association means there is now much more flexibility to what oak barrels scotch whisky can be matured in – this means tequila, mezcal and calvados barrels can be used
Sydney has never been a bargain town, but when it’s cheaper to eat, drink and travel in places like New York, San Francisco, Dublin, Tokyo and Hong Kong then we’re in trouble. Dave Spanton lets loose on the high cost of living in Sydney…
Feed-up with Feb-fast? Over October? Time to say bye to Dry July? Well you’re in luck as Parched March, Sydney’s only month-long celebration of bar culture is back – the perfect antidote to abstinence.
“There was a time when you could visit the bar at the old Bourbon & Beefsteak in Sydney’s Kings Cross and recall that Frank Sinatra used to play impromptu gigs here, drinking Jack Daniels till dawn.”