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Heaven Hill, one of the world's largest bourbon producers, announced a tentative contract deal Friday with a union representing striking workers, just days after signaling it intended to start hiring permanent replacement employees for bottling and warehouse operations in Kentucky.

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The minibars in midrange hotels likely have a couple of cans of soda, domestic beer and plastic bottled water. Yawn. Minibars in luxury hotels pull out all the stops with full-size wine and liquor bottles, locally made granola and candy, and kits for a romantic night, plus gorgeous crystal glasses for a sophisticated touch — like at the stunning Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York. Follow their lead. No matter if you’re sipping a whiskey Old-Fashioned or hydrating with tap water, using a crystal glass will have you feeling like you’re drinking in a classy hotel bar. Available on Amazon, the Marquis by Waterford Markham Double Old Fashioned Glasses ($41.79, set of four, amazon.com) is a chance to own famed Waterford crystal at a value price.

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Cinnamon is especially popular when the weather gets cooler and people turn to warm beverages. Use some cinnamon in your hot cocoa or coffee, or make your own spiced cider and serve with a cinnamon stick stirrer. Put a twist on your favorite cocktail or martini by adding in some cinnamon or a cinnamon-infused liquor or whiskey.

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Although delicious alcohol-free versions of cocktails exist, for the most simple, natural beverages, Bali does it best. The island is renowned for its wellness offerings, and that extends to its beverages, which includes an array of fresh juices and smoothies made with fruits found throughout the island. We’re especially partial to the fresh watermelon juices that are sold along the beaches and at restaurants in top tourist spots like Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud.

For years, domestic beers have been losing popularity with US consumers, while wine and liquor sales rise. CNNMoney's Paul La Monica explains why interest in American beers may be falling flat.

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