Gin is quintessentially British, but there’s a gin craze that has been taking over the Emerald Isle in the last few years. Although Ireland is known for its whiskey, gin has been produced there for centuries, dating back to 1793 when Cork dry gin was first launched. Yet many distilleries were only producing gin as a stopgap while they waited for their whiskey to mature.
Inspired by spring, this fruity vodka drink combines floral and strawberry flavors.1 3/4 ounces Ultimat vodka1/2 ounce pear liqueur (such as Merlet Crème de Poire William)3/4 ounce hibiscus-strawberry syrup*3/4 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice3 dashes Bittermens Burlesque bitters1 egg whiteGarnish: lemon bittersAdd all of the ingredients into a shaker and dry-shake (without ice).
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1. Crush the sticks with a rolling pin or give them to the robot, until they become fine like breadcrumbs. Put this breadcrumbs in a bowl and mix with the melted butter mixed with sour cream and egg, until it becomes a homogeneous paste that is placed on the board. , cover with a plastic wrap and spread with a rolling pin in a round sheet, about 4-5 mm thick, then cover a tart form greased with a little olive oil.
To say that the experts at illy’s Trieste, Italy, headquarters are obsessed with coffee is a colossal understatement. After all, the family-owned company has strived to brew the perfect cup since 1933.To bring out the best qualities of illy’s 100 percent Arabica coffee blend, founder Francesco Illy invented the “illeta,” which was awarded a 1935 patent for the first espresso machine to use an automatic water dosing with high pressure.
Yakutsk, RussiaYakutsk, Russia, reached record lows of -83 F, and though there was a sun-drenched high of 101 F, the average summer day hits 25 F. The town has plenty to see, with local breweries, a state circus, an opera and ballet company, and even a museum of cryogenics. Locals warm up with hearty meals (think chicken Kiev, borscht, vareniki dumplings, and horse meat) in the city& 39;s Mongolian, Japanese, and Russian restaurants.