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Book of Note

Taking the waters

Benevolent Spirits

Wine and Spirits

Benevolent Spirits

A selection of alcohol-free mixers and aperitifs for a healthy, holistic cocktail...

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Italian Coffee

Food and Drink

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Italian Coffee

Unpacking the history, allure, and ways to use the humble Moka pot.

The New Name in Thai Hospitality


The New Name in Thai Hospitality

With Cape & Kantary, hotelier Tirawan Taechaubol breathes new life into the...

Considering that Romans invented spas, it's fitting that Umberto Angeloni, chairman of the Roman fashion house Brioni, should write Seducing the Senses, a 150-page, lavishly illustrated book on the subject. Angeloni dives into the history of baths and into the deeper waters of aquatic mysticism and the morality of nudity. Less scholarly spa fans will probably flip right to the last chapter, where guest journalists write about their favorite spas: Pangkor Laut, Miraval, and the George V in Paris all make the cut. $75;


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