Just what do even Ferrari-owning Singaporeans cannot resist owning as well? Crystal cognac glasses, it seems. A screenshot is circulating online that purportedly shows an email from the Ferrari Owners' Club Singapore (FOCS) to its members seeking the whereabouts of "more than 50… Louis XIII glasses" after an event with Louis XIII, a premium cognac brand produced by Remy Martin, last Saturday (Nov 17). In the email, FOCS president Leong Kah Wah alleged that "some members and their guests took home" the glasses and "because of the high value involved, an investigation has to be done, including the review of CCTV footage". So what exactly are these fine chalices for brandy? We would have to begin with the Louis XIII cognac itself. Each bottle is made up of up to 1,200 eaux-de-vie from vineyards in Grande Champagne, a district in France famous for cognac. The limestone composition there is considered ideal for the grapes used for cognac. The final product can be over 100 years old, … [Read more...] about Missing glasses at Ferrari owners event: What exactly are Louis XIII glasses?
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caption Combined, Donald Trump and his family are worth more than $4 billion. source Brendan McDermid/Reuters President Donald Trump‘s net worth is currently estimated to be $3.1 billion, according to Forbes. Combine that with the individual net worths of the Trump children, and the entire Trump family is worth more than $4 billion. They spend their money lavishly, from a hefty real estate portfolio and an aviation fleet to designer clothes. Donald Trump‘s net worth is currently estimated to be $3.1 billion – down an estimated $400 million since he took office in January 2017, reports Forbes. And that’s not to mention the individual net worths of his adult children – a reported $150 to $300 million for Eric Trump, reported $200 million for Donald Trump Jr., and reported $600,000 for Tiffany Trump, according to Cheat Sheet. Ivanka Trump, who runs her own business, has the largest net worth of all the children, estimated to … [Read more...] about From a 58-bedroom estate to a helicopter fleet, here’s how the Trump family spends their billions
Say someone gave you $130,000. Or you just want to spend $130,000 for fun. Or you’d like to spend $130,000 because you know someone will pay you back. Sometimes it’s not clear. Anyway, here are some things you could buy with that amount of money. A Lightly Used Aston Martin This 2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S has 8,200 miles on it and comes painted in Montana Orange, with black interiors lined with Alcantara suede. Capable of a 3.7-second sprint from zero to 60 miles per hour and a top speed of 205mph, this was the brand’s fastest car off the production line at the time of its release. At $123,950, you’ll still have some money left over for speeding tickets. Read also: Ferrari supercars are so hot that they're sold out into 2019 Matching Bell & Ross Watches If you are, shall we say, a hands-on person, try these extra-thin, his-and-hers Bell & Ross BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor watches, which cost $64,900 apiece. The … [Read more...] about A supercar, a cruise, and other things you can buy for $130,000
The Famous “F” Word: Ferrari 812 Superfast DRIVEN - Atty. Karen V. Jimeno (The Philippine Star) - April 18, 2018 - 12:00am Ferrari. It is no doubt one of the most famous, most prestigious and sought-after “F” words in history. On April 11, 2018, Ferrari highlighted another “F” word it is renowned for: Fast. To this day, Ferrari is the only manufacturer to have continuously produced sports cars with 12-cylinder engines. But the latest Ferrari to debut in the Philippines is not just fast—it is “Superfast,” literally. The Ferrari “812 Superfast” ushers in a new era in Ferrari 12-cylinder history. 812 is an easy reference for two outstanding features: 800 horsepower and V-12 engine. Its 6.5-liter V12 engine unleashes 800cv, with a maximum power output of 8,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 718Nm at 7,000 rpm. These figures have never been seen in any … [Read more...] about The Famous “F” Word: Ferrari 812 Superfast
By Rosie DiManno Star Columnist Sun., April 15, 2018 Greedy, greedy, greedy. Cheap, cheap, cheap. Bicker, bicker, bicker. In so many ways, the dispute between a pair of ex-lovers — parents to a young boy — is no different from thousands of others that end up in court with mutual bitterness and stubbornness. Except for this: Multimillionaire Kenneth Hill, whose empire springs from cigarette manufacturing on a reserve, claims that his aboriginal status should exclude him from Ontario’s Family Law Act, which applies to everybody else in the province. Article Continued Below Bollocks, counters his former common-law spouse, although even that assertion — that they co-habited for several years — has been challenged in court documents. Brittany Beaver is Tuscarora, also a member of the Six Nations confederacy. Unlike Hill, Beaver does not live on the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve. She lives in Waterloo, in a $896,000 home … [Read more...] about Bickering ex-lovers bring unique twist to issue of child support