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  1. I travel once a month to Copenhagen, Denmark for work. There are two 1-star Michelin restaurants there (names escape me) which are ridiculously expensive. Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities in Europe, so a 1-star here is the price of a 2- or 3- star elsewhere in Europe. Can't slip that one through on the expense report. Anyhow, I've found a decent Argentinan steakhouse there (Fuego), but only mediocre Italian, Spanish, Thai, and pretty awful Chinese. Any chance someone has been there that can steer me otherwise? (eGullet was no help, FWIW.)
  2. I find Cherry Heering too sweet. Luxardo Sangue Morlacco is much more cherry on the tart side than the sweet if you get my drift. Much more in my wheelhouse. I've used a number of ryes at home to make this and pretty much prefer my go to - Rittenhouse Bottled in Bond - for cocktail making that is.
  3. I'm in the exploratory stages of trip planning for next summer. Top of my list is the Faroe Islands. Has anyone here been? If so, I'd be grateful for any recommendations.
  4. Laugh if you will, but badminton (*not* "badmitten") players are as quick and agile as any athletes in the world. Viktor Axelsen of Odense, Denmark (the third-largest city in Denmark) is currently ranked #1 in the world.
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