A debate between bartenders, managers and owners is likely to rage for as long as there are bars and restaurants: How “premium” should one go in selecting ingredients for the perfect cocktail?As eternal as the argument may be, however, there is little doubt where the Toronto-based Fairmont Hotels & Resorts stands. The 100-year-old luxury-lodging company, which has 50 hotel properties, cast its corporate vote resolutely with the ultrapremium camp when it selected high-end Champagne and ...

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