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Mark-Paul Gosselaar

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New in Town Can you imagine leaving beautiful Miami to go to a remote, ice-caked, quirky town in Minnesota? That's exactly what a successful Miami businesswoman does in the heartwarming and charming romantic comedy, New In Town. Pick up the DVD starring Renee Zellweger, Harry Connick, Jr., and Siobhan Fallon, to remind yourself how good you've got it here. Glenrothes 1985 Vintage Glenrothes has released it's 1985 Vintage as the latest variant from the trophy-winning Speyside distillery. It is a truly wondrous whiskey, as might be expected from a malt that is fully 20 years old. The 1985 features oak, vanilla, and sultanas and has the creamy, mouth-filling texture of a café latte. The 1985 is rare and finite with fewer than 25,000 bottles for sale in the U.S. Gurkha Cigars Stimulate your senses with a Gurkha Cigar, the century-old tradition that remains true to its roots in faraway India. These cigars appeal to enthusiasts of all kinds with some of the most highly rated premium cigars, like the $15,000 box of His Majesty's Reserve recently sent to Brad Pitt as a congratulatory gift. If you're not lucky enough to be Brad, try some of Gurkha's other cigars, like the Red Rothchild, in the $10 range. Mount Gay Eclipse Silver Rum The 1910 occurrence of a total solar eclipse and the passing of Halley's Comet inspired the creation of this uniquely pure rum. Eclipse Silver is also a tribute to the sparkling sea, winding rivers, and cascading waterfalls of Barbados. Clean and aromatic, this rum offers a balanced, mellow harmony of sugar and banana, infused with notes of peppermint and citrus. Mount Gay is the rum that invented rum. Yamazaki Whisky Yamazaki Whisky by Suntory has such a smooth, honey taste that it is delighting even the most discriminating whisky connoisseurs. Handcrafted at Japan's oldest distillery using only the purest, natural ingredients, Suntory has created a product unmatched in taste, quality, and intensity. Try this distinctive whisky and discover what the Japanese and the rest of the world have known for decades. Corzo Silver and Reposado Tequila Taste the evolution! Corzo Marques Silver is an exceptionally elegant and flavorful tequila with notes of citrus and vanilla. Silver is best enjoyed as a sipping tequila or as a premium cocktail. Corzo Reposado is aged in small white oak barrels for additional smoothness and flavor. Reposado combines the elegance of Corzo Silver with hints of oak and honey. And it sips neat! Oribe Hair Care Products and Salon Oribe hair care products deliver the highest possible levels of performance and sophistication. Beautiful in function and form alike, this line is for taste-driven people who know that personal style is the ultimate luxury. You can also check out Oribe's flagship salon and choose any one of the world famous stylists who have worked on Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Campbell, and Elizabeth Hurley. Located at 1627 Euclid Ave in Miami Beach. J&A Shoes Based in Los Angeles since 1978, J&A's shoe collections— Athena Alexander, Callisto, and Lia Bijou—are inspired by Grecian landscapes, classic comfort, and crafted with high- quality Italian materials. The shoes are deigned for women of all ages who appreciate style and value. Discover what celebs such as Miley Cyrus, Gwen Stefani, Toni Colette, and Melissa George already know! Available at boutiques and department stores such as Macy's and Nordstrom. ML Hot Products Looking for the latest goodies, gadgets, and services? Search no further … they're right here! Words by Liz Schulze MIAMI LIVING 35 NEW STUFF MIAMI LIVING 35 New in Town Gurkha Cigars Yamazaki Whisky Oribe Hair Care Products and Salon Glenrothes 1985 Vintage Mount Gay Eclipse Silver Rum Corzo Silver and Reposado Tequila J&A Shoes

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