Appropriately named The Eye-catcher, this premium fridge-freezer is all black featuring 7,000 hand embedded crystals from Swarovski. Only 10 will be produced, which should get things rolling on the Commercial Line which is based on the Eye-catcher. It comes in black and silver with a still reputable 3,500 crystals. The high tech fridge is controlled by an eye level screen mounted on the fridge door allowing temperature adjustments, monitoring and alarms to be set in addition to a voice recorder/player. Price to be announced.
On Sunday, April 30, Compass Restaurant in New York City is hosting an exclusive six-course meal prepared by Chef John Fraser paired with hand-picked Vega Scilia wines. Vega Scilia is known for their meticulous wine making processes coupled with an extremely long aging period and low harvest yields which result in their famous wines prized for their complexity, elegance, and finesse. This unique opportunity to explore wines from Spain’s most stately producer, while at the same time savoring the imaginative, sophisticated flavor pairings will cost $515. Read further to see Fraser’s 6-course menu paired with appropriate wines:
I can unhesitatingly say this is absolutely the best gin I have ever had. Feathery, crisp, and a clear essence of cucumber. With it I have made an absolutely prestigious gin martini and gin and tonic.
I was fortunate enough to speak with some of the folks at Glenfiddich, and they uncorked the original cask from 1937 and allowed me to literally stick my nose in it. The bouquet of smells were amazing! The interesting thing is that when this cask left Scotland it was dry, and after being in the US for a few days, the difference of climate caused the whiskey to be released from the wood, creating a new puddle of whiskey.