Posts tagged "Baccarat"

Toasting the Winter Season

Bar and Spirits Director Antoine Hodge shares his recipe for the Gold Star Tonic champagne cocktail, guaranteed to warm up any cold winter’s night. 

"The Gold Star Tonic is an interpretation of a Penicillin cocktail using aged Cachaça, Drambuie, and cardamom, along with the traditional ingredients of lemon, ginger, and honey."

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Baccarat Hotel Among the World’s First to Become Health Security VERIFIED® with Forbes Travel Guide

Baccarat Hotel New York is the proud recipient of the Sharecare Health Security VERIFIED® with Forbes Travel Guide Badge by completing and maintaining verification on more than 360 global health security standards to help ensure guest and employee safety.  

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A Moment With Our Artisans, Tanja Hernandez, Director of Environmental Health and Safety

Discover a Day in the Life of the New Director of Environmental Health and Safety and Why She’s Perfect for the Role  

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How to Create the Duke at Home

Our Bar and Spirits Director Antoine Hodge shares his recipe for the refreshing Duke cocktail.

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Discover What’s Brewing with Tea Sommelier Gabrielle Jammal

Gabriel Jammal, Tea Sommelier at Baccarat Hotel New York, will host a Virtual Live Tea Tasting Experience in conjunction with In Pursuit of Tea.

The experience includes a special In Pursuit of Tea x Baccarat Hotel New York sampler set, created exclusively for this event and delivered to your home in advance of the June 6 tasting at 10 am.

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A Moment With Our Artisans, Alison Colbert, Director of Spa de La Mer

Our team at Spa de La Mer shares their favorite at home spa treatments that are as beneficial as they are fun for the whole family. 

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A Moment With Our Artisans, Matthieu Yamoum, Wine Director



Embark on a spirited discovery of France's celebrated Champagne region, known worldwide for its sparkling wine production.


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A Moment With Our Artisans, Rosario Wakabayashi, Pastry Chef

Chef Wakabayashi shares her scone recipe for home chefs to make weekends even sweeter. 

The history of afternoon tea complete with scones, jam, clotted cream, finger sandwiches and other tasty confections was born in the 1840s when the Duchess of Bedford request some nibbles to quell the "sinking feeling" she had in the late afternoons. IN other words, the long gap between breakfast and dinner left her feeling quite hungry around 5 in the afternoon. Scones remain a beloved staple of this time-honored tradition. 

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A Moment With Our Artisans, Gabrielle Jammal, Tea Sommelier

The artisan behind Baccarat Hotel New York’s inspired tea program shares her tips for preparing the perfect pot of tea. “Tea is such a significant part of our lives and a very personal passion for so many around the world,” says Gabrielle. “It is part of the fabric of every culture and the foundation for wellness. It is also something that can be enjoyed anywhere at any time, and helping others create their own special tea experience is tremendously rewarding to me.”


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How Baccarat Glassware is Made, Part Two

From the alchemy, to mixing the sand and potasse, to the many important final touches, over 30 hands (with at least 15 years of experience each) have participated in the making of the most unique pieces. Learn about the different stages of glassmaking, starting with the hot process, and ending here with the cold process.

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