Stella Spoils 10.19.18

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Quality drinking water is as much a necessity as it is a luxury these days; and beautiful, well-made products that give us that are far and few between. Which is why we're marveling over Soma - a brand that's on a mission to improve life with good design and really, really good water. Their Shatter-Resistant Carafe is a highly functional and minimally stylish way to bring the best drinking water into your home. Their top-of-the-line filters are made with plant-based plastics and coconut shell carbon, making them compostable at commercial composting facilities. Each Carafe comes with four filters for up to eight months of daily pitcher filling. Check it out below.

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Earlier this summer we spent an epic day sailing, swimming, and spearfishing around Newport with a case of Duvel and we've been drinking these tasty brews ever since. Brewed in Belgium with two-row summer malts and noble hops, then dry-hopped with Citra, Duvel Single Fermented is crisp, beautifully balanced and remarkably refreshing. Make sure to add a few of these to your cart this weekend and click on over to read more about Duvel's 150+ years of history.
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When I ask a diplomat friend — a crisis-management guy who spent a few years representing U.S. interests in Bogotá — where I should dine in Colombia, his first response is Andrés Carne de Res, a restaurant as famous for its stellar empanadas as its all-night, alcohol-fueled benders. When I tell the co-owner of a hip New York food empire that I’m going to Bogotá, a city with no shortage of cutting-edge restaurants, he immediately asks whether I’ll be dining at Andrés Carne de Res. When I ask a pastry chef at one of New York’s best Mexican restaurants what I should do in Colombia, her first suggestion is not a long tasting-menu spot like Leo (that was second), but rather, Andrés Carne de Res. I should specifically visit, she DMs, for “arepas and dancing.”

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