Citron

26 Jun 19
Pel Publications

Holiness is the dynamic aspect of God the original and infinitely creative Truth. In the desert while tending sheep, Moses witnessed the manifestation of the presence in holiness of God in the wilderness when a bush appeared to be burning but never burnt up. Truth in action, it burns into light which is the holiness […]

26 Jun 19
Mohd Balhowaimil Perfumes

Bright Neroli by Ferrari is a Citrus Aromatic fragrance for women and men. Bright Neroli was launched in 2015. The nose behind this fragrance is Philippe Paparella-Paris. Top notes are citron, lemon and bitter orange; middle notes are orange blossom, neroli, sichuan pepper and rosemary; base notes are vetiver, patchouli and amber.

25 Jun 19
Michael Eats

Location: 93a Ossington Avenue, Toronto Website: http://bangbangicecream.com/ I think this is going to be the shortest post I’ve ever written.  The tarte au citron flavour at Bang Bang is basically like the best lemon meringue pie you’ve ever had, but as an ice cream. Lemon meringue pie?  Delicious.  Bang Bang?  Delicious.  Cram those two things together?  Yeah, […]

25 Jun 19
katieturnerartblog

  Café Terrace At Night (1888) Oil on canvas – Kroller-Muller Museum, Otterlo Vincent Van Gogh     Have you ever thought about how you want to paint a subject?  What is the message or feeling that you want to convey to the viewer? Recently, artist David Becker  blogged about how different artists interpret subject […]

25 Jun 19
IPO EMPIRE

The most reliable returns come from structural arbitrage, not from predicting the future Beyond Meat (BYND) is a plant-based meat producer went public last month. The performance in the last couple of weeks has left most investors baffled. The valuation is beyond the imagination of any sophisticated investor to say the least. Known short-seller Andrew […]

25 Jun 19
THE BEAUTY FULL LIFE

Caractéristiques de la famille aromatique Même si le mot “aromatique” évoque plutôt la gastronomie et qu’on lui reconnait des vertus thérapeutiques, les herbes aromatiques sont également utilisées depuis longtemps dans la parfumerie. Cette origine olfactive à l’extraction aromatique est classée parmi les notes citronnées, mentholées, camphrées, anisées et de lavande. Appelée également “agreste”, la famille […]

25 Jun 19
News Directory

Hedeker Property Management Group Llc increased its involvement in Incorporated Principals (PLD) by 19.18% based on its latest 2019Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC. Hedeker Llc Property Management Group purchased 5,754 shares as the company's stock rose to 7.33% with the market. The consumer investor company had 35,749 shares at the end of 2019Q1, valued […]

25 Jun 19
Hotel Nice Beau Rivage

[ Virgin Mojito by Hôtel Beau Rivage Nice ] Venez savourer le #VirginMojito au Bar de l’ Hôtel: -Jus de citron frais -Zeste de citron vert -Menthe fraiche bio -Bitter peppermint -Aungustura -Sucre Roux -Eaux minérales gazeuses Laissez-vous tenter et plonger dans sa fraicheur intense. #Partagez #Share #CotedAzurFrance #Nice06 #BoutiqueHotelNice #Mocktail #VirginCocktail #BarInNice #Refreshment Indulge […]

25 Jun 19
Selene Laon

Savon fabriqué par un artisan à Marseille. 120 grammes, parfum naturel élaboré à Grasse. Composition : sodium palmate, aqua, sodium palm kernelate, parfum, argania spinosa oil (huile d’argan issue de l’agriculture biologique), glycerin, sodium chloride, tetrasodium editronate, EDTA. Pour voir les allergènes et la traduction de la composition, regardez les photos.

25 Jun 19
COOL HUNTING
Despite its local popularity, Bodrum—on the Aegean Sea in Turkey—often gets overlooked for locations like Ibiza, Mykonos, Mallorca, St Tropez and Sardinia. The Bodrum EDITION, which opened last summer in the town of Yalıkavak, is changing that. Known for their high standards on design and even higher lifestyle offerings, the EDITION has found an ideal stretch of Bodrum on the Tilkicik Bay to create a destination that’s unique for the area: a stylish hotel that establishes an incredible standard for contemporary design in the region. The hotel, designed by Christophe Pillet and the Ian Schrager Company for Marriott International, also evokes the potential of its prime Aegean location with local authenticity matched to modern cultured elegance and good taste in tradition of the Ertegüns. The Bodrum EDITION is a well-sized 108 rooms, suites and villas—many with sea views and some with private pools, balconies and gardens. The hotel’s architecture is embedded into the Aegean topography of natural rock and indigenous flora of olive trees and low maki bushes. In and amongst the manicured landscape of maki, bungalows are connected by foot and cart paths and guests are whisked around the grounds in electric carts. Guest rooms are up the hill while the main facilities and activities of the hotel are placed down the slope, toward the sea, on a series of wide terraces that include restaurants, a bar, nightclub, infinity pool, garden lounge, incredible state-of-the-art spa (with a hamam), fitness center and a private beach club with a pier housing private cabanas. From the main road the hotel is only visible as an entrance pavilion, increasing the privacy and exclusivity of the experience. Stepping into the airy double-height lobby, you are introduced to the first of many stunning vistas you will encounter during your stay: a never-ending series of dramatic views of the bay that is a constant presence. The architects have carefully organized views and perspectives throughout the hotel with the most vivid being the daily sunset over the bay, toward the Greek Dodecanese Island of Leros in the distance. The drama of the surroundings is maximized in each room as Pilet and Schrager’s design chooses understatement rather then competition with the location—a palette of white and grey tones complement the gleaming blue sea outside. The power of the setting is so vivid that the designers have purposefully chosen to keep the interior and exterior subdued and calm using only natural textures and fixtures. Cotton, linen, marble and wood create the feel of the rooms but the designers know the real visual drama comes from the sea and the setting. At the Bodrum EDITION, life exists outside, day and night, under the sun and stars. Breakfast starts on the terrace, where we recommend trying the “Turkish Breakfast”: a spread of cheese, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, jams, fruit preserves, honey, butter, feta cheese and clotted cream with Turkish pastries including simit, sesame-coated bread rings with a hint of tahini. Served in waves of seemingly endless ceramic plates, it’s a visual and savory show. The culinary offerings throughout are orchestrated by the Peruvian executive chef Diego Munoz (previously of Astrid and Gaston) whose focus on innovation, sustainability and tradition has been fine-tuned at the Brava seaside restaurant. Drinks at the bar share a local focus as well, thanks to an equally masterful bartending crew. There’s the Turkish raki (a grape and aniseed liquor that is the cousin of Greek ouzo and Lebanese arak) that’s mixed with local citrons. Late-night drinks and a lively vibe can be found here, or at Discetto with its pillow-covered lounge seating allowing guests to slip comfortably into the depths of the Aegean summer night. The hotel has upped its health and wellness program this season to include more yoga and meditation in partnership with Istanbul’s Cihangir Yoga. Daily sunrise and sunset yoga on the terraces can be followed by sessions of juice and relaxation at the spa. The hamam is a sleek and serene escape in white marble that’s a contemporary remix of the traditional Turkish bath. Despite the sophisticated and decadent offerings on site, the EDITION hotels make it a point to encourage guests to explore their surroundings. In Bodrum, visitors can explore the rocky coastline on a traditional wood sail boat (known locally as a gulet) or take trips to hilltop villages such as Etrim off of the Gökova Bay, where the local yörük nomads still hand-weave flat tapestry carpets. In the evenings, nearby local bars and restaurants (like the The Root nightclub in Yalıkavak) celebrate summer with performances from DJs and bands. Further afield, the village of Gümüşlük (20 minutes down the coastal road) is home to classic fish restaurant Mimoza or the hilltop Limon with its reservation-only sunset drinks overlooking the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Myndos. The Bodrum EDITION is also offering various seasonal events like pop-up exhibitions by Istanbul’s Istanbul74, completing the fusion of sense and sensation of the Turkish Aegean coast. When your friends are all heading to more common destinations, consider exploring somewhere new. Images courtesy of The EDITION Bodrum