Old Spice

14 Dec 18
afoodietravels

I think a post on the 14th December definitely warrants some reflective writing on my journey so far with fitness and generally incorporating this new regime into my life. There’s a few things I’ve learnt this year that have really changed the way I look at fitness in my life: Motivation can’t just be a […]

14 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
TIS the season for a hot toddy and here are five deals that could make even the Grinch smile. Powers Gold Label 1L, €25 (reduced from €45) SuperValu. Hot whiskey season is back A blend, but heavy on the pot-still content with the balance made with a lighter, sweeter grain whiskey. Honeyed with notes of dried fruit and cloves, and perfect for a toddy. Powers Three Swallows 700ml, €35 (reduced from €45), SuperValu. Three Swallows may be the cheapest single pot still whiskey around but that doesn’t mean it lacks punch. SuperValu have a great deal on this selection More spice than the gold label and a big, bold feel. Tullamore D.E.W 700ml, €19.95 (reduced from €31.95), O’Briens. Tullamore Dew is a real all-rounder A blend of grain, malt and pot-still whiskies, it’s an all-rounder that I favour in a highball (whiskey & soda) thanks to its lightness on the palate and milder sweetness. The Irishman 12-Year-Old Single Malt, €55 (reduced from €65), O’Briens. This classic Scotch will mellow even the bitterest of nights This triple-distilled drop, aged exclusively in ex-bourbon casks, is a great example of an Irish-style single malt. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Vanilla sweetness, peppery and a touch of oak. Talisker 10-Year-Old Scotch malt 700ml, €30 (reduced from €49.99), Tesco. So what if it’s not Irish. It’s full of peat smokiness, this classic Scotch will mellow even the bitterest of nights
14 Dec 18
Blend with spices

TOMATO PULAO Tomato pulao is a famous South Indian recipe. It is very delicious and easy to prepare recipe. Pureed tomatoes are sauteed with spices and then added to rice. If you’re bored of having the same old lemon rice, then this rice recipe is an interesting variation. The tangy flavour of tomato makes it […]

14 Dec 18
Travel Blog

We did not plan to go to Sri Lanka. It wasn’t even on our radar when we started the trip. I am not entirely sure what prompted the idea to spend a week there in the first place. Outside of eating Sri Lankan food a few times in New York, I knew very little about […]

14 Dec 18
Baileys: Project Wander

It was on the sixth lap up the twenty three storey apartment block that I started to doubt my logic. I was hot, thirsty and getting dizzier with every flight of blurry steps. Maybe this urge for an uphill was getting out of hand. Yet with David (our friend whose Singaporean home we had once […]

14 Dec 18
The Whiskey Jug

I’ve been a fan of Craigellachie since I had my first taste of the Craigellachie 13. The meatiness, the heavy body, and the rich flavor hit me just right and I ended up finding myself enraptured with the whisky every time I’ve drunk it since. This 2006 The Sovereign Craigellachie 12 Years is no different even though what […]

14 Dec 18
Fun Fact Friday

Good morning everyone! It’s the most wonderful time of the year–Friday! Well, for me it’s… technically Friday, because it’s past midnight. And I am le tired. So we’re digging deep into my reserves of fun facts, and pulling out some of my favorite tidbits, the ones I throw into other week’s posts: Etymology.

14 Dec 18
Gillian Finn

Happy Friday, loves! I’m so excited for 5pm to roll round and for the weekend to begin. I can’t wait to spend a whole weekend with my love, enjoying a weekend away visiting the Christmas markets and drinking all of the Bailey’s hot chocolates! Today’s post is a fun one, I created a Christmas Tag! […]

14 Dec 18
Bigslyfragrance's Blog

The title of this post is the same title to a thread I created at the Basenotes.net site not long ago.  First, let me quote my first post to that thread: I’m wondering how many others have made such a “big turn,” especially in light of the 2018 “Guide’s” main focus on obscure niche scents. […]

14 Dec 18
Carries Book Reviews

  What a Wolf Desires Amy Pennza (Lux Catena Series, #1) Publication date: November 21st 2018 Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance Lizette Butler has the only thing she ever wanted—freedom from her pack Alpha, Maxime Simard, and the ability to decide her own fate. She and Max have a turbulent history and a powerful—if unwilling—attraction. Unfortunately, […]

14 Dec 18
Happy Ever After

I love holiday romances, and the science-fiction romance genre offers a wide range of stories, from sweet to steamy, taking place everywhere from space stations to alien worlds. I thought it would be fun to ask a few authors who’ve taken on this subgenre what their biggest challenge was when it came to writing a […]

14 Dec 18
Dave's Spice Racks

In a nearly 5,000-year-old tomb in Sweden, researchers have discovered the oldest-known strain of the notorious bacterium Yersinia pestis — the microbe responsible for humanity’s perhaps most-feared contagion: the plague. The finding suggests that the … Discuss

14 Dec 18
Hiking Tips for you

Keep it simple, nutritious and save weight: I take inexpensive trail foods which are both tasty and nutritious. Specifically, foods that give you calories, protein, good fats, vitamins and other micro nutrients. This keeps you healthy and cruising along the trail with a spring in your step. Just as important are foods (and meals) that […]