Maker's Mark Watered Down Bourbon Becomes Hot Commodity and More News
In today's Media Mix, a look at Ricardo Zarate's Paiche, plus a winery ages wine in the ocean
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Ricardo Zarate's New LA Restaurant: Here's a first look at the chef's upcoming restaurant, Paiche. [LA Times]
Maker's Mark Bourbon Mistake: Sure, the community reacted poorly when the bourbon brand announced they would water down their spirit (something the brand quickly renounced), but it turns out that the few bottles of watered down Maker's Mark released are now collectibles. [MSN]
Ocean-Aged Wine: A winery is planning on sinking bottles of cabernet sauvignon in steel mesh cases into the ocean, aging them to give them a unique flavor. [AP]
Kansas City Restaurant Explosion: An update on the sad news of the gas explosion at a Kansas City, Mo., restuarant: Police have confirmed that they have recovered a body from the wreckage. [NBC News]
Coffee, Tea Might Not Help Dementia: A new study refutes all those other studies claiming antioxidants in coffee and tea can help prevent strokes and dementia. [CNN]
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