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Nicole worked as an architect for 15 years, has a keen eye for design that she has brought to her cookie company #jerseycookiegirl www.JerseyCookieGirl.com

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Merit Logistics Partners with Relay Payments to Bring Efficiencies & Savings to Freight Unloading Services & Payments

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Merit Logistics is a leading provider of flexible warehouse labor solutions that help our clients optimize efficiencies.

Merit transforms its carrier receivables process into one that is fully electronic with Relay Payments, in an industry still operating largely by paper check.

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA, UNITED STATES, May 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Merit Logistics, anational third-party warehouse services provider, has partnered with Relay Payments, a provider of secure, instant electronic payments for the transportation and logistics industry, to exclusively accept electronic payments from carriers for its unloading services. After a successful launch, Merit Logistics is now deploying Relay Payments across its nationwide network of client distribution centers. The electronic payment solution allows Merit to run more efficient warehouse operations, accelerate door turn times, and improve throughput for their client distribution centers.

Merit has seen, in addition to saving time on the dock, how replacing paper check payments with a process that is fully electronic will enhance the profitability of their client distribution centers overall. Removing processes that rely on paper has also been welcomed by Merit customers, which include some of the largest grocery and retail chains in the country, because these Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies are increasingly focused on green/sustainability initiatives.

“Merit has joined forces with Relay Payments to streamline payments for our freight unloading services. About 80% of our carrier receivables were previously paper checks,” explains Robert Gunderson, CFO of Merit Logistics. “With the switch to Relay Payments, we will eliminate the direct costs associated with paper check payments. The multi-step manual process of handling paper checks involves phone calls, printed receipts, related expenses, and a host of issues impacting both carriers and us.”

“The savings for Merit are significant,” Gunderson continued, “The speed and efficiency of digital payments also provides a better and faster experience for carriers, helps us to optimize door cycle times, and reduces or even eliminates detention charges for our grocery and retail clients. Transitioning to a fully electronic receivables process for carrier payments has obvious benefits in all directions, and Relay Payments has made this move easy.”

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CAPS United unveil beverage sponsor

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Chef John Fraser Opens Aegean-Inspired Iris in New York City

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Chef John Fraser, whose 701West holds Wine Spectator’s Best of Award of Excellence, opened Iris April 21 in Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant offers Aegean-style dining, influenced by Turkish cuisine and Fraser’s Greek background, with an emphasis on plant-based dishes.

“This restaurant is such a direct expression of my heritage and passion, as seen through the lenses of cuisine and travel,” Fraser told Wine Spectator.

Leading the wine program is the group’s beverage director, Amy Racine, who also oversees 701West’s 650-selection list. Iris features about 180 labels highlighting regions along the Aegean Sea, with Greek and Turkish bottles making up about half the selections. There is a diverse selection of sparkling wines as well, plus picks from Napa, Piedmont, Burgundy, the Rhône Valley and beyond. “It was a privilege—and very fun—to explore these new varietals, to introduce our guests to something new,” Racine said. “We really wanted a ‘If you like Sancerre, you'll love this from Turkey’ conversation.”

Executive chef Rob Lawson serves up traditional mezze like tzatziki and whipped feta, as well as seafood options like swordfish tartare and Long Island oysters. The menu also includes Turkish flatbreads and shareable plates, along with heartier mains like braised snapper and marinated lamb with scallion cakes. Pastry chef Adriana Adorno Davila’s selection of traditional desserts are offered on a tableside cart. “I hope Iris and our focus on Aegean cuisine provides some regional specificity to what people consider Mediterranean cuisine,” Fraser said.

Planning for Iris began two years ago, and the restaurant’s opening date was delayed by about six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the second time Fraser has opened a restaurant during the pandemic, following his revival of North Fork Table & Inn on Long Island. “We're proud to be part of that push to bring Midtown back to life and get New York rolling again,” Fraser said. “I also love being able to put my team back to work.”—Collin Dreizen

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Chill White Wine…But Why?

To get a sense of the very practical reason we chill white wine, consider a glass of cold orange juice. Perky, bright, refreshing—there’s a reason it’s so widely downed in the morning. But have you ever consumed one of those tiny cups of inexplicably warm diner orange juice? It tastes sweet and flabby—even syrupy.

The same is true when it comes to wine: At colder temperatures, the acidity is more pronounced and the alcohol takes a back seat. Too cold, and you might miss out on some of the aromatics and flavors. Slightly warmer, the texture of the wine and any flavors that have developed with aging will come through, but the alcohol will be more obvious. When it comes to white wine, the collective goal is to get it to the point of being refreshing, without losing all of the aromatic, flavor and textural characteristics that make the wine distinct.

“Chilling white is a quite recent practice linked to the access to ice and refrigeration,” says Pascaline Lepeltier, partner at New York’s Racines, who says that a growing preference for chilled wines largely hinges on the evolution of wine itself. “The style of wines also changed a lot over the last century, leading to a desire to enjoy the wine colder.”

Over the past decade, there’s been a general shift in preference toward white wines that are lighter, higher in acidity and often made without oak. Stylistically, the promise of the wine is only enhanced by a slightly cooler temperature. But this is just one style of white wine in an ever-expanding kaleidoscope of profiles, from the high-acid effervescent prickle of txakoli to the savory notes of skin-contact orange wines. With this range, sommeliers have come to understand that different wines require different temperatures to show their best—that is, not all white wines are meant to be served poolside cold.

Zwann Grays, wine director at Olmsted in Brooklyn, likens a wine served too cold to chicken served out of the fridge. “You can eat a cold piece of chicken, but that’s not how it’s meant to be; you get the juiciness… all the things dancing around on your palate when it’s served warm,” she says. “With whites, that cold temperature becomes a mask over the wine; the cold steals the soul of what the wine can express, the voluptuousness of what it can be.”

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Review: Saint Liberty Bourbon, Rye, and Four Grain Bourbon

Saint Liberty Mary's Four Grain Bourbon

Saint Liberty is sourced whiskey, but not what you’re thinking. It’s distilled in all sorts of places and bottled in even stranger locales (Colorado, Montana) — with two of its three whiskeys hailing from Texas. None of its products are distilled in Indiana or Kentucky. And the company itself is based… in Austin, Texas.

The concept behind the three whiskeys in the company’s current lineup is that each celebrates a female bootlegger from the Prohibition era. And while the distillates are sourced as noted above, the final products are proofed and bottled using water local to the states where these lady bootleggers were from. (You can read more about the various namesakes at Saint Liberty’s website, linked below.)

That said, an inspiration story will only get you so far. Let’s delve into the trio of products and see how they fare.

Saint Liberty Bertie’s Bear Gulch Bourbon – Sourced from Texas and bottled in Montana, this is a 4 year old straight bourbon.The mash is 70% corn, 27.5% rye, 2.5% malted barley, it’s triple pot distilled and aged in a blend of 53 gallon #3 char barrels and 30 gallon #4 char barrels. It sure does smell like Texas, full of smoky, charred mesquite, gunpowder, cloves, and a bit of petrol. While there’s zero fruit or sweetness on the nose, the palate gives in and provides a touch of it — grilled peaches and apricot jam, though it soon falls back on smoky wood, black olive, and ample pepper, giving the experience a decidedly savory bent. There’s a lot of dark chocolate on the back end, which really works nicely as a finishing note against a rather hoary, aggressive attack. Hints of Japanese togarashi spice things up in an unusual yet quite likable fashion. 87 proof. B / $37 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

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Rafael Marrero & Company y la cantautora cubana Lena Burke establecen colaboración conjunta

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Lena Burke

Rafael Marrero

La reconocida firma de gestión empresarial y la distinguida artista unen esfuerzos para ayudar a empresarios afectados por el COVID-19 y urgidos de capital.

Ahora, con esta subvención de la SBA para el sector del entretenimiento en vivo y el de los restaurantes, unos y otros podremos retomar nuestros proyectos, y salir adelante en mejores condiciones”

— Lena Burke, cantautora cubana

MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES , May 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- La firma de asesoría empresarialRafael Marrero & Companyanunció hoy el inicio de una colaboración conjunta con la cantautora cubana y ganadora del Grammy LatinoLena Burke, a propósito de los recién lanzadosprogramas de subvenciones federalespara locales de entretenimiento en vivo, así como para restaurantes y establecimientos afines afectados por el coronavirus.

«Aparte del peligro que el COVID-19 representa para la salud y la vida de cualquier persona, veo con tristeza y preocupación cómo ha afectado al mundo del espectáculo. Al igual que yo, mis colegas del sector del entretenimiento, como cantantes, actores, bailarines, representantes de artistas, grupos musicales y otros que nos movemos en este medio, hemos sido golpeados económica y emocionalmente. Muchos empezamos el 2020 con planes de presentaciones en vivo y, de un día para otro, nos vimos obligados a cancelar todo cuando declararon la pandemia», dijo la también actriz y presentadora de televisión.

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THE BEST SELLERS’ LIST- Refresh Button: Taking a moment to quench my thirst on National Beverage Day

… a minute to observe National Beverage Day by relaxing for … developed a love for this beverage in elementary school. Prior … Hint Water is an American beverage company based in San Francisco … often request and drink this beverage combination; some attribute the …

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Rediscovering the Beverage Trail with the Licking County Brew Crew

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Mayor DeWitt and City Council commended for considering sugary beverages tax ordinance; future debate encouraged

… to reduce consumption of sugary beverages and improve community health through … generated from the proposed sugary beverages tax. “We appreciate the hard … in proposing this ordinance. “The beverage industry executed an aggressive marketing …

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San Miguel Food And Beverage Says Q1 Consol Net Income 9.68 Bln Pesos, Up 66%

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MAIDEN WINE CASK FINISH SERIES FROM GLENALLACHIE – Scotch Whisky News


MAIDEN WINE CASK FINISH SERIES FROM GLENALLACHIE

 Barriques from Rioja, Sauternes and Tuscany feature in the first batch of the
limited edition series

The GlenAllachie, headed up by award-winning Master Distiller, Billy Walker, today reveals the inaugural bottlings released within its new Wine Cask Series.

Walker carefully selected premium barriques formerly used to age fine wines across France, Italy, and Spain to create three expressions to kick off the limited edition range: an 11-year-old Grattamacco Cask Finish (UK RRSP £58.99), a 12-year-old Sauternes Cask Finish (UK RRSP £60.99), and a 13-year-old Rioja Cask Finish (UK RRSP £63.99). 

After initial aging in American Oak ex-bourbon barrels, the whisky was transferred into the expertly chosen wine casks to undergo almost two years of additional maturation under Walker’s close supervision within The GlenAllachie’s on-site warehouses. As well as the terroir of the wine, factors such as the oak species, the cooperage and level of toasting were all considered in the cask selection process. Each of these aspects ultimately influence the characteristics of the resulting whisky.

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CASK TRADE RELEASES FIRST EVER TRILOGY OF CASKS – Scotch Whisky News


CASK TRADE RELEASES FIRST EVER TRILOGY OF CASKS

The Cask Trade Trilogy is a limited-edition trio of casks available in three unique expressions.

Using new make spirit distilled at the award-winning Speyside Distillery in Kingussie, Scotland, Cask Trade is creating three distinct whisky expressions – Bourbon, Sherry and Port matured.

Bottled trilogies have been enjoyed by whisky fans for many years, however the new Trilogy is the first to be produced and sold in cask by Cask Trade.

Managing Director of Cask Trade, Simon Aron, says: “The creation of this Trilogy is a first for Cask Trade, and a truly exceptional opportunity for whisky enthusiasts and investors alike. 

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The Grand Whisky Auction May 2021 Auction is Live! – Grand Whisky Auction News



May 6th, 2021

 

The Grand Whisky Auction is…LIVE!

www.thegrandwhiskyauction.com/live-auction

3000+ lots to bid on…including a great selection from the closed Port Ellen distillery on Islay…

 

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The Whisky Lounge Festival in a Box 2.0 – Whisky Lounge News


We hope you are well and looking forward to the bank holiday weekend!

As promised we finally have details of our follow-up to our successful ‘Festival in a Box’ last October. Many of you have been clamouring for this and we have been just as keen to get the ball rolling with it.

There is not a great deal of news yet regarding ‘live’ events. We are remaining in touch with all of our venues and are hopeful we will be able to recommence after the 21st June, but we will update you as soon as we can. Please believe me when I say we are desperate to get out and see you all again!

What’s happening over the Father’s Day weekend?

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Exclusive Glentauchers 25 Year Old 1996 Single Cask at The Whisky Barrel – Scotch Whisky News



May 6th, 2021

1996 Single Cask Exclusive

Glentauchers 25 Year Old for TWB

1996 vintage single bourbon cask from The Golden Cask exclusive to TWB.

An explosion of fruit and spice from this 25 year old single malt distilled at the Charles Doig designed distillery in Speyside. Glentauchers 25 Year Old 1996 vintage Speyside single malt Scotch whisky. Single Bourbon cask #CM270 distilled February 1996 and bottled March 2021 by House of Macduff for the Golden Cask series. 118 numbered bottles exclusive to The Whisky Barrel. Sweet stewed fruits, heather honey, lemon sherbert, ripe pineapple, orange peel, cinnamon, nutmeg and peach juice. Long and oily, sweet dry finish.

GLENTAUCHERS SINGLE MALT WHISKY

The Glentauchers Distillery Company, comprising W.P. Lowrie a Glasgow based whisky blender and James Buchanan a London based blender, commenced construction of Glentauchers Distillery in 1897 with distillation commencing the following year. Equipped with six stills Glentauchers Distillery is a Speyside malt whisky distillery to be found at Mulben in Banffshire. Since production is designed primarily to generate spirit for blends of scotch official releases of Glentauchers single malt whisky are sparse. Notwithstanding, Signatory Vintage, Gordon & MacPhail and Morrison & MacKay produce some excellent independent bottlings.

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 381: Glasgow 1770 Release No 1 – Triple Distilled – Scotch Whisky News

May 6th, 2021

Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 381: Glasgow 1770 Release No 1 – Triple Distilled

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries one of the first releases from the The Glasgow Distillery Company. It was founded in 2014 and can be found about 1.5 kilometers to the west of the city center. It takes its name from the old Glasgow Distillery that was operational near Dundashill from 1770 until the early 20th Century. While their single malt was maturing, they created cashflow by releasing sourced malts under the Prometheus banner as well as produce the Makar Gin, G52 Vodka, Banditti Club Rum and Malt Riot Blended Malt. But now their own Glasgow 1770 Single Malt is ready. The first release is triple distilled.

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Review: 2014 Left Coast Cellars Blanc de Noir

The wines of Oregon’s Left Coast Cellars are no stranger to these pages, and today we look at the latest vintage of the operations chardonnay-driven sparkler, a Blanc de Noir from the 2014 vintage. Big green apple and lime notes hit up front, followed by lots of acidity, some sesame cookie notes, and an ample saline on the finish that evokes the sea. Bold but crisp and refreshing, but there doesn’t seem to be any real digression here from the BdNs of prior vintages from Left Coast — and that’s a good thing.

$55

Rating

9.0/10
Original author: Christopher Null

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Review: 2019 Smashberry Chardonnay Paso Robles

2019 Smashberry Chardonnay Paso Robles

Robert Lublin May 5, 2021

For the inaugural release of a white wine in the Smashberry portfolio (which already includes a red and a rosé), the Miller Family Wine Company balanced 95% Chardonnay with 5% Viognier and aged it exclusively in stainless steel. Having spent no time in oak, this wine centers on fruit and offers sweet apple and peach on the nose along with a touch of pineapple. The apple and peach notes carry over to the palate along with a pleasant creaminess and nice acidity, but the finish turns a bit bitter. For the price, this is a nice, uncomplicated, unoaked California chardonnay.

B / $15 / smashberrywine.com

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