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By Tempus | 04 May 2021

Cask 88 launches fifth whisky in their unique Folklore Series

Cask 88, one of the world’s foremost experts in rare and antique whisky, has this week announced the release of the fifth instalment in its unique Scottish Folklore Series of single ma... Read More

By Tempus | 01 May 2021

The best London rooftop bars for spring 2021

The partial lifting of lockdown restrictions in the UK has breathed new life into London, which has been abuzz with the communal excitement of being able get back out and experience the city... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 30 Apr 2021

Rising to the challenge: an interview with the CEO of Paris' most famous bakery

Poilâne is the most famous bakery in Paris. Its signature loaf is still made from the same sourdough starter that the boulangerie’s founder, Pierre Léon Poilâne, brought from ... Read More

By Tempus | 28 Apr 2021

Is 2021 the year of 'slow travel'?

Once restrictions lift and we take take to the skies, what will travel look like? Will we travel slower and will want longer, immersive healing experiences? It seems likely that after a... Read More

By Suzanne Baum | 14 Apr 2021

Review: Garden Globes at The Dorchester

The night after the Baftas took place, I found myself experiencing my own golden globe in the forecourt of The Dorchester Hotel. There may have only been two guests in attendance (me and my husba... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 13 Apr 2021

UK lockdown partially ends: eight of the best luxury experiences now available

While the hospitality industry may not return to full capacity until May, some of the UK’s most glamorous spaces have flexed their creative muscles to give us that longed-for luxu... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 12 Apr 2021

The future is now: Meet the 2021 Walpole Brands of Tomorrow

While there’s much to be said for the wellness benefits of the intangible riches we’ve been learning to love during the last year – from self-care to the curative powers of... Read More

By Suzanne Baum | 09 Apr 2021

Chameleon London: the cream of the crop

After a year of working from home, I’d got used to my Zoom meetings and commute from bed to home study. So, to suddenly find myself in swanky Marylebone, in one of the most luxurious dining... Read More

By Tempus | 29 Mar 2021

The best edible gifts for Easter 2021

Easter falls just weeks before the UK businesses begin to open up again after the pandemic, meaning that a Sunday roast at your favourite country pub will unfortunately be off the cards. So ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 24 Mar 2021

European Detour: Portugal

With international travel now a very real possibiliy in 2021 after a lengthy delay, holidaymakers are already gearing up to take to the European mainland for the post-pandemic trip of a lifetime. But ... Read More

By Tempus | 23 Mar 2021

Six pub and bar terraces you need to book for 12 April

Fingers and toes crossed: if all goes to plan and we are spared another jarring plot twist, the UK government will allow people to gather in groups of five in outdoor spaces from 12 April, including o... Read More

By Tempus | 19 Mar 2021

Deer Box: get high-grade venison delivered to your door

Finding something unique and interesting to eat every day is becoming increasingly difficult as lockdown grinds on. So if, like so many of us, Deliverooed packages of tepid McDonald's simply ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 19 Mar 2021

European Detour: Greece

With international travel now a very real possibility in 2021 after a lengthy delay, holidaymakers are already gearing up to take to the European mainland for the post-pandemic trip of a lifetime. But... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 18 Mar 2021

International Whisk(e)y Day 2021: rare and unique tipples from across the globe

Fans of a strong tipple, save the date: 27 March is the hotly anticipated - if rather awkwardly named - International Whisk(e)y Day, complete with an "e" in parentheses so as ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 17 Mar 2021

Going with the grain: an interview with GAIL'S Bakery CEO Tom Molnar

In the slightly terrifying and utterly surreal early days of global lockdowns at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, it would be an understatement to say that sourdough was all the rage. Scrolling ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 15 Mar 2021

For goodness' sake: exploring Japan's ancient beverages

Centuries have passed, fuedal kingdoms have battled, shogunates have seized and lost control and an entire empire has risen and crashed in a spectacular ball of flames. The written history o... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 13 Mar 2021

European Detour: Germany

With international travel now a very real possibiliy in 2021 after a lengthy delay, holidaymakers are already gearing up to take to the European mainland for the post-pandemic trip of a lifetime. But ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 12 Mar 2021

The Agave Trilogy pt. III: raicilla

In this three-part series, Tempus is putting the more ubiquitous tipples of whisky and wine to one side and instead taking a look at some of Mexico's finest agave-based spirits, whi... Read More