New Products: Oxley GinOctober 21, 2009 By: Nightclub and Bar
Oxley gin uses a cold distillation process to preserve the natural essences of its ingredients, as boiling can cause botanicals to lose some flavors and aromas. Oxley is bottled by hand at 47 percent ABV and hand-wrapped with a leather tie; only 240 bottles are produced each day. Recommended preparation: Pour 1 ½ ounces into a large balloon glass with five cubes of ice. Chill by swirling the glass and garnish with a twist of grapefruit zest.
For more information, visit www.oxleygin.com.
Korbel Organic Brut Champagne
Korbel Champagne Cellars introduces its first California Brut Champagne made entirely with organically grown grapes. In 2007, Korbel received its organic processor certification from the California Certified Organic Farmers, which enabled it to start crafting the new Korbel Brut, which uses grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. The grapes deliver flavors of apple, pear and white peaches. The finish is medium dry, with a slight savory note at the end.
For more information, visit www.korbel.com.
Ceilume Ceiling Tile
Ceilume vinyl plastic ceiling tiles are available in more than 40 styles and six colors to help change a venue’s décor. The tiles are unaffected by water or moisture, don’t hold onto smells, mold or bacteria and are easy to clean. Ceilume’s light design uses fewer resources than standard tiles and the material is locally recyclable; the tiles are also easy to install.
For more information, visit www.ceilume.com.
Torto Ceiling Fan by Fanimation
The Torto Ceiling Fan pushes air at an angle, not straight down, allowing one to feel more air standing next to it than when directly underneath it. At a high speed, The Torto has an airflow of 4400 cubic feet per minute. It is available in a metro gray or oil-rubbed bronze finish, both with an opal frosted glass lighting fixture. The fan offers three forward and three reverse speeds and includes a C20 hand-held reversing remote control.
For more information, visit www.Fanimation.com.