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Most of the weight loss supplements were associated with very modest results at best, while others — including bitter orange and green tea extract — carried safety warnings.
Case in point: The new well line Street Pumas, custom-distilled in Spain with juniper, coriander, angelica, lemon peel, sweet orange peel, and bitter orange peel, blows the cheap stuff out of the water.
The Layover: Hong Kong, Los Angeles, and San FranciscoThe Reward: Hennessy X.X.O.Master blender Yann Fillioux revived an 1870 recipe highlighting bitter orange, spice, and a smooth, lasting finish.
There was also a poetically overgrown private garden busy with tangerine, bitter orange, persimmon and pomegranate trees.
Most intriguing are espresso tonics ($5): a double shot, topped off with Fever-Tree tonic water, and infused with flavor, e.g. bitter orange or grapefruit sage.
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