2018-05-07

The Georgians are as obsessed with coffee as any European nation, though it is only in the past half-decade that the world of possibilities in the bean-drinking culture has been revealed by the bold and brave, to much success, we ...

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2018-04-21

Nika Kandelaki, Brand Development Manager at Riravo

DOUBLE B

Serves the best coffee in town, Double B boasts professional baristas offering a wide choice of coffee brewed in a non-standard way (Alternative Coffee). Double B ...

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2018-04-20

On April 27-29, at Colosseum Marina Hotel • სასტუმრო კოლიზეუმ მარინა, Château Mukrani’s Brand Ambassador Alex Baduashvili will be hosting a lecture within the framework on our long-term cooperation with Wine and Food Tourism Acade...

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2018-04-14

In the evening, the streets of Old Tbilisi become quite empty of its daytime crowds. Tourists are in their hotels or dining in fancy restaurants and only locals can be seen. The aura is generally strange, but also somewhat romanti...

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2018-04-13

REVIEW

It abuts one of the busiest squares in Tbilisi – Liberty (Freedom) Square. Hordes of workers, diplomats, and locals rush by, too busy to notice this cozy place; missing out while heading to their important meetings. Many...

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2018-04-06

Whisky is the basis of many drinks, the best-known classics being Old Fashioned and Manhattan. This spirit has a long and multi-layered history, both as a straight drink, on the rocks, and as the base for delicious cocktails. Poet...

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2018-03-23

In the eleven-odd years I’ve been living in Tbilisi, the café culture has changed exponentially, from one or two choices in the busy Vake district and along Leselidze Street, to a burgeoning of new entrants to the market: from ele...

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2018-03-18

Dadiani Street just off Liberty (Freedom) Square, used to be known as the place to go for some good, hot khinkali or khashi the morning-after. In the past few years, however, and especially since the square was renovated and revit...

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2018-03-15

I’m not sure what the popular age to start drinking coffee is, but I get that feeling that, at 19, I was a late-comer to the scene. Slow and steady wins the race, they say, and to be honest it was worth the wait. I discovered the ...

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2018-03-15

The night train from Tbilisi made its way into Zugdidi Station at 06:00 on a warm August day. Within half-an-hour we were in a minibus, on our way to Mestia and the four-day hike through Svaneti that awaited us. At 08:45, together...

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2018-03-15

The night train from Tbilisi made its way into Zugdidi Station at 06:00 on a warm August day. Within half-an-hour we were in a minibus, on our way to Mestia and the four-day hike through Svaneti that awaited us. At 08:45, together...

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2018-03-13

Article by Nino Gugunishvili

Georgia boasts 8,000 years of winemaking tradition and is now referred to officially as the birthplace of wine, or the “cradle of wine.” 

This news was officially confirmed by the findings of a s...

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