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September 16, 2014

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From sustainable seafood to rooftop gardens, Houston’s urban agriculture offers residents a number of opportunities to grow healthy food and eat local ingredients.


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide:


Cocktails Featuring Local Garden Ingredients

Bangkok's Benja mojito is infused with local flavors like kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Eating locally isn't a trend anymore—it's a lifestyle. The next step is rethinking the way we wash down a garden-fresh meal with beverages brewed halfway across the world. With this in mind, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has challenged mixologists across six continents to create a signature 100 Mile Cocktail using craft spirits within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of their property.

“Four Seasons is privileged to have access to top-quality local ingredients, many of which grow literally outside our doors,” says Guy Rigby, vice president of food and beverage for the Americas. “Through the 100 Mile Cocktail program, our mixologists are not just delivering an inventive cocktail experience for our guests they’re also engaging and supporting their communities."

Here are a few ways they're showing some liquid love in their properties worldwide: