Travel & Spaces | Verve Magazine
India's premier luxury lifestyle women's magazine
March 08, 2021

Is communal snacking a thing of the past? And what sort of comfort are we now searching for in that...
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Verve takes a coffee break with Ashish D’abreo to understand the ins and outs of his artisanal brand and his goal to change the beverage as we know it
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June 13, 2022

Design-led company Jaipur Rugs has always worked with designers who push the boundaries of what can be created through the union of traditional techniques and contemporary design. Each piece in Brahmaand — their collection of hand-knotted rugs in deep indigo hues and organic forms in collaboration with architect-designer Ashiesh Shah — becomes a cosmic portal and raises questions about the universe
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January 14, 2022

Good Earth’s latest collection, Bosporus, transports the region and its culture right into our homes. We spotlight its Pomegranates & Roses tableware line – a unique collaboration spearheaded by the house’s founder and creative director, Anita Lal, and British artist Rebecca Campbell – that speaks volumes of the power of partnering up, especially in fraught times
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EHL Campus (Singapore)
August 20, 2021

Headquartered in Switzerland, this school offers students the know-how for confidently taking on an uncertain future in the hotel, restaurant and travel businesses
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Aani Ek, Aditya Ishan Varshnei, Anish Varshnei, Clearly Good Gin, Featured, Feni, Gin, GinGin, Goan liqour brands, homegrown alcohol, Indian liquor brands, Jill D’souza, Karlyle Gomes, Maka di, Maka Zai rum, Online Exclusive, Rahasya, Shubham Khanna, Varna Bhat
March 30, 2021

A spirited craft liquor industry finds a home on the state’s shores
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Amrut Distilleries, Amrut Fusion, Amrut’s MaQintosh, Featured, Fusion X, home-grown single malt, home-grown whisky, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, local alcohol, Neelakanta Jagdale, Online Exclusive, Rakshit Jagdale, Singe malt, Thrivikram Nikam

Amrut Distilleries shook up the scene in 2010 when their flagship single malt won global recognition in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible as the third-best whisky in the world. Ten years on, home-grown single malts are still fighting for a seat at the table, where Amrut has set the gold standard
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