This year's Miami Rum Renaissance Festival was bigger than ever. In its new home at the Miami Airport Convention Center at the Doubletree by Hilton, there was ample room for rum exhibitors, seminars, and even on outdoor cigar lounge where attendees could enjoy a spirited smoke.
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Kahlúa buys an awful lot of coffee beans to create its liqueur, so why not take those same Arabica beans (from Veracruz, Mexico) to make coffee, then take the two beverages, blend them, seal in cans, and roll out as Kahlúa Iced Coffee?It certainly makes sense. The resultant cocktail is 5 percent a ... More >>
See also: "Miami Spice 2012: The Good"This three-part look at Miami Spice comes just as the dining program gets set to begin on August 1. There has been a split in price categories this year, meaning there is now a "fine dining" grouping as well as a "luxury" grouping. The fine dining price point dr ... More >>
Jacob KatelDavid Gaytan and his aunt Vidalia Gaytan working up front at her South Dade market and nursery.A placita, or little plaza, is a fortified central patio or courtyard found in buildings all over the world, but especially Spanish style ones in Mexico and the Southwest U.S. Placita Los Gir ... More >>
Without any fear of being sued or hit with a massive boycott, we're going to say it right up front, in plain English: Jorge Mas Canosa sponsored terrorism. via wallyg's flickrA monument to Jorge Mas Canosa. Boom. Feels good, right?For years, the press quaked in fear of criticizing the most powerf ... More >>