April is a holy month, with Ramadan, Vaisakhi, Mahavir Jayanti, Pesach (Passover), and Easter, to name a few. It is a month to gather with friends and family to celebrate our shared beliefs. If we look at the messages of different religions and cultures, we can see more commonalities than differences. Fundamentally all people seek happiness for themselves and their loved ones. Perhaps we disagree on how to achieve happiness, or even what happiness means, or how to give meaning to our lives, but one thing is sure – if your home is not healthy, then you cannot be either. Earth is our shared home, so as we celebrate this month with friends and family, let’s contemplate a little deeper about what part we can do to achieve a healthier planet.
We are in an industry that makes beautiful concoctions from life on Earth. This month, we review some of the people and our products revolving around April’s themes of religion, community, and Earth.
Here’s this month’s roundup of articles:
Melanie’s Fabulous Finds: Salt from the Kalahari Desert
Hercules Mulligan Rum & Rye: A Truly Revolutionary Cocktail in a Bottle
The Ransom Report: Global Gins That Are Worth Your Attention
Barone Montalto Pinot Grigio IGT
Penelope Pitstop: This American Light Whiskey Deserves the Checkered Flag
Support Careers through Culinary Arts Program-NYC Fundraiser
Parsley Takes Center Stage in this Salad
The Significance of Eating Dates During Ramadan
Earth Day April 22 –Reduce Food Waste; Embrace Sustainability
Gin and Tonic Canned Cocktails Shine Bright
A Dining Gem Amid the Towers of San Gimignano, Italy
With its first edition, Sana Slow Wine Fair sends a clear message: let water and soil be at the core of the ecological transition.
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