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Céline Bossart

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Céline Bossart is a New York-based activist, freelance writer, and content creator in the spirits and luxury travel spaces. Her written work and photography have been published in Billboard, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE Décor, Town & Country, Liquor.com, and more; in her spare time, Céline enjoys sipping fortified wines and nerding out over cocktail history (preferably while wearing a silk bathrobe). Follow her adventures on Instagram via @celineb0ss.

Recent Articles
  • Drink DuJour: Clay Pigeons Cocktail

    Drink DuJour: Clay Pigeons Cocktail

    Here's how to make this nutty, velvety Irish Coffee variation from Death & Co. Denver at home

    “In a climate like Denver, hot drinks are a must,” says Death & Co. Denver’s Beverage Director Tyson Buhler. What he’s done with coffee, rye, liqueur, and cream, though, is something we’d be tempted to drink anywhere at any time. Buhler’s Clay Pigeons cocktail is deep, rich, ... More

  • Room Request! The Hoxton, Portland

    Room Request! The Hoxton, Portland

    Caution: serious coziness ahead

    If you haven’t ventured out to Portland, Oregon to eat, drink, and explore, you might want to rearrange your travel to-do list. While the city will always be there, the hospitality scene is quite possibly at its peak, so there’s never been a better time to visit than now. Enter ... More

  • Room Request! Grand Hyatt Bogotá

    Room Request! Grand Hyatt Bogotá

    Spoiler alert: it’s the corner suite with views of the Andes

    Bogotá has it all: the buzz of a booming metropolitan hub, pockets of old world culture, and now, some of the most coveted rooms in Colombia. Grand Hyatt Bogotá’s stately structure stands in the heart of the Ciudad Empresarial Sarmiento Angulo commercial district and is quickly ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Sepia Chicago’s 20,000 Leagues Cocktail

    Drink DuJour: Sepia Chicago’s 20,000 Leagues Cocktail

    The perfect opportunity to play around with squid ink at home

    Chicago’s drink scene is arguably among the country’s most dynamic. From the celebration of Midwest supper club classics at The Pink Squirrel and an endless library of sherries at Black Bull to the tiki pioneers at Lost Lake and Three Dots and a Dash, things are happening ... More

  • The Weekender: Tokyo and Osaka

    The Weekender: Tokyo and Osaka

    Here’s how to see two Japanese cities in 72 hours with an indeterminate amount of sushi

    If there’s one thing that defines Japan, it’s the meticulous attention to detail found at every turn. It’s a place with as much peace as buzzing chaos depending on where you find yourself, but always with methodical perfection (and, at times, kitsch) as a common thread throughout. The charm in ... More

  • Room Request! The Norman Tel Aviv

    Room Request! The Norman Tel Aviv

    History meets modernity in Tel Aviv’s ultra-luxe (and only) boutique hotel

    Though Tel Aviv, Israel is by legal definition a rather young city (it was only granted official city status in 1934), its spirit and history run deep––which, in a biblical Holy Land, is a bit of an understatement. Wandering the streets of this buzzing international hub is an instant architectural ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Patent Pending’s Odd Love

    Drink DuJour: Patent Pending’s Odd Love

    Warm up with this deep, complex, and very boozy winter sip from New York City’s Patent Pending

    Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood has earned its stripes over the past few years as a bona fide cocktail destination across the East Coast, and it shows no signs of stopping any time soon. Neighborhood newcomer Patent Pending is living proof––located behind an unassuming coffee and pastry counter inside ... More

  • The Weekender: Reykjavík, Iceland

    The Weekender: Reykjavík, Iceland

    Experience Iceland through Chef Gunnar Karl Gíslason’s eye's, complete with countless layers and a rich lineup of local fare

    To merely scratch the surface of the wintry, alluring playland that is Iceland is seemingly impossible. One way to do just that is through the lens of a local authority––recently, I had the rare pleasure of exploring the country’s capital city in the company of its most celebrated export, Chef ... More

  • Drink DuJour: The Odd Couple Shanghai’s “Roseanna”

    Drink DuJour: The Odd Couple Shanghai’s “Roseanna”

    Try a bright, floral concoction straight from Shanghai’s newest and buzziest cocktail bar

    It’s safe to say that Asia’s cocktail scene has proven to be one to watch over the past few years. Bar industry icon Simon Ford praised the continent’s innovation on the drinks frontier in a 2017 interview for Food Republic, a Singapore branch of New York City ... More

  • The Weekender: Trentino, Italy

    The Weekender: Trentino, Italy

    Good things come to those who devote 72 hours to drinking one of Northern Italy’s most prized signature bubbly varieties

    In Italy, where there is fertile soil, there are grapes. And where there are grapes, there is a world of culture, joie de vivre, and freely-flowing wine–the hallmark of any successful Italian “soggiorno.” Trentino is the perfect destination for wine lovers looking to discover another world of sparkling wine; home ... More