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Coffee direct BORED OF SPENDING A FORTUNE IN YOUR LOCAL COFFEE SHOP or tired of the limited and mass-produced selection in your supermarket? The ingenious mail-order service Kopi handpicks a different single-origin coffee from around the world each month and delivers it free in a slim letterbox-friendly pack complete with tasting notes. All for 33p (42cents) a cup or £7.95 (€10) a month. COPENHAGEN’S NOMA won best restaurant of 2014, no doubt making it even harder to reserve a table. But the Danish capital has options including the hip Relae, in the revamped Fancy Scando- Italian tonight? Nørrebro district, set up by two former Noma chefs. Expect Scandinavian with a dash of Italian via head chef Christian Puglisi, who also worked at the legendary El Bulli. IGNITION High Dining food & drink Munch Peking duck pizza 99 floors up in Shenzhen, scoff 20 courses in the wilds of Northern Sweden or wait at home for exotic fresh coffee to your door Remote eats HAUTE CUISINE TAKES ON A NEW MEANING in the booming skyscraper scene where the race to be ranked among the world’s tallest restaurants is getting ever more competitive. Would you like vertigo with your starter, Sir? AT.MOSPHERE Burj Khalifa, Dubai 1450ft / 122nd-floor Slick fine-dining with dizzying views over the Arabian gulf (left) ELBA ITALIAN RESTAURANT St Regis Hotel, Shenzhen 1397ft / 99th floor China’s highest eaterie has Peking duck pizza on the menu. Interesting... TWIST MEDITERRANEAN BUFFET Canton Tower, Guangzhou 1387ft / 106th floor This restaurant even revolves, so you should never get bored of the view RESTAURANTS DON’T GET MUCH MORE REMOTE than the Fäviken Magasinet – a former grain store on a 20,000-acre estate in wildest Northern Sweden. Chef Magnus Nilsson uses local ingredients to cook a 20-plus course feast for just 12 diners each night. Hard to get to, but difficult to forget. Dinner at Fäviken costs £150 (SEK1750) per person 12 j THE DYNAMIC ISSUE


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Jaguar Magazine celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from beautiful design to cutting-edge technology.

In this issue, we explore the art of creativity from the Brazilian masters who devised the graceful art of Capoeira, to the Irish artists mixing new culture with old. You will also discover the creative line that links Victorian wallpaper to the iPhone. While the multi-talented actor and performer, Riz Ahmed, explains why it is the right time to reveal his true self to the world.


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