Experience a new, bold taste through the use of molecular distilling from plants, fruit and yeast. Endless West discovered a one-of-a-kind distilling technique, analyzing the molecules that create the flavors and aromas needed to concoct the perfect whiskey. Each small batch is analyzed through smell and taste to determine the molecular components they wish to experience through the drink. Next, the molecules are gathered through natural resources. These ingredients are brought to the lab to be crafted into different iterations until perfected. Lastly, the product is bottled to be shared with the world.
Endless West uses environmentally conscious processes to reduce its carbon footprint. Compared to other traditional whiskey production, Endless West protects the resources needed to produce the spirit, requiring 94 percent less water and 92 percent less agricultural land while emitting 82 percent less CO2 emissions.
The award-winning libation company currently has three variations of whiskey: Glyph Original; Glyph Spice, inspired by bourbon with tasting notes of cinnamon, cherry toffee, caramel and banana; and Glyph Royal, inspired by Scotch using tasting notes of wood, dried fruit, burnt sugar, coffee, fig and sherry. Try these tasty concoctions named after the team’s scientists:
- 2 ounces Glyph
- 2 ounces Dolin Rouge Vermouth
- 5 ounces Campari
Combine all ingredients into a cocktail mixing glass with ice. Stir to chill and dilute. Strain into a Nick n’ Nora glass neat, or an Old-Fashioned glass with one large ice cube. Garnish with orange peel (twist peel over drink to expel oil first).
- 2 ounces Glyph
- 2 bar spoons Smoked Tea Simple Syrup
- 2 dashes bitters
- 2–3 drops saline solution
Combine all ingredients into an Old-Fashioned glass. Add one large ice cube and stir to dilute/ chill. Garnish with orange peel (twist peel over drink to expel oil first).
- 2 fluid ounces Glyph
- ¼ short fluid ounce Aquavit
- ¾ fluid ounce Chrysanthemum Liqueur
- ¼ ounce honey simple syrup
- ½ fluid ounces lemon juice
Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake. Strain into a Nick n’ Nora glass. Garnish with flaming rosemary.
Developer Viaggio Resorts soon debuts Palazzo Ricci in Abruzzo, Italy. Built in 1799, the palace is in restoration mode ahead of its 2023 debut. The project is being offered as a private residence club, fractional or co-ownership model.
It’s time to start dreaming of your next trip. Here’s some destination inspiration for you. Take a visual journey through Stockholm, Sweden, with us.
Dutch Design Week 2022 is the biggest design event in northern Europe, taking place Oct. 22–30, in the city of Eindhoven. More than 2,600 designers participate in the event, and about 355,000 visitors from Europe and abroad attend. The almost 500 DDW events offer an opportunity for visitors to explore every imaginable design discipline, with a clear emphasis on experiment, innovation and the development of young talent.
Much of the global business travel industry has already made sustainable business travel a priority with a focus on reducing emissions and their environmental footprint. But the industry, as well as external stakeholders, such as policymakers, recognize more needs to be done.
Urban Villages recently started construction on Populus, the first carbon-positive hotel in the United States. The 265-room hotel should open in late 2023 and will be unlike anything Denver has ever seen.
This month, tribal leaders and state officials joined Visit California at the future Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza to unveil a new statewide initiative. This initiative aims to showcase California’s native communities and cultural tourism experiences to domestic and international travelers. At the announcement, tribal leaders from across the state shared with journalists a sampling of the state’s vast array of offerings.
Start planning that long-awaited trip to the island of Ireland. With all travel restrictions now lifted, there has never been a better time to visit.
Longing for a destination steeped in romance and enchanting stories? In Southwest Germany, a collection of soaring castles and resplendent gardens offers connections to tales of true love. Take a trip to Sepulchral Chapel on Württemberg Hill in Stuttgart, overlooking the Neckar Valley.