This Barbados rum has been our favorite rum for many years. It’s rich, mellow taste is perfect with just a squeeze of lime, but it also ably serves as the base rum for our Harbour Island Rum Punch.
Debuting in 1999, this Scottish gin is flavored with cucumber and rose petals. Good, sharp bite to it, though.
Recently named “Best Choice” by the New York Times after a national contest, Zoe olive oil is cold-pressed in the La Mancha area of Spain.
By far the best dry pasta out there. It’s hard to describe why it is different, but once you try it, you’ll see.
Headquartered in Vermont, Simon Pearce preserves the ancient art of hand-blown glassmaking.
These heavy, well-balanced German knives set the standard for forged, carbon-steel cutlery construction.
Made by artisans in a factory in northern France, each piece is unique. This enameled cast iron classic is perfect for a wide range of cooking. Great colors.
Fee Brothers is a fourth generation family business based in Rochester, New York that makes excellent bitters and cocktail syrups and flavorings.
These charcoal grills have become a backyard icon. They are simply the best for retaining heat and cooking evenly and reliably.