Quer saber o segredo das caipirinhas do Lambe-Lambe? Temos um ingrediente que faz toda a diferença: as Cachaças Lambe-Lambe!
Unimos forças com os mestres da Cachaça WIBA! para criar 3 cachaças artesanais muito especiais. A Lambe-Lambe 42º, a Lambe-Lambe Branquinha e a Lambe-Lambe Moreninha, cada qual com as suas características, são garantia de qualidade, personalidade e sabor 😍 Venha descobri-las!
Hoje tem Tanqueray Hour no MoDi do Shopping Pátio Higienópolis!
Venha curtir um super Happy Hour com Gin Tônicas (R$25) preparadas com gin Tanqueray e aproveite para provar a nova criação do nosso head bartender Jota R. Lago: Tâmara Tonic (foto), um drink exclusivo preparado com tâmara, licor Disaronno, vinho branco, limão siciliano, gin Tanqueray, tônica e zimbro 🥂
We're sure you've heard that Aperol Spritz are the drink of the moment!
Comprised of Aperol liquor, prosecco and sparkling water -this refreshing summer cocktail is an easy home recipe and crowd pleaser!
Be sure to use our premium sparkling Norda Water available exclusively at @danmurphys
📌Please Note: Depending on your blender quality you may have to strain the blended mixtures using a cheesecloth or strainer prior to sealing in glass container. ■These homemade milks should keep for 2-3 (no more than 5) days in the fridge (keep in the back where its colder)! 😉
●1 cup cooked Quinoa ●2+ cups water (depending on the texture you want) ●5+ Dates (according to your taste buds) ●Allspice (optional) ●Raw Organic Agave Syrup (optional) ●Vanilla (optional)
■ Cook the quinoa according to package directions. ■Blend the quinoa with water until well blended. ■Add dates and optional ingredients and blend until smooth. ■Store milk in a glass container in the fridge.
●1/2 cup Raw Walnuts ●2 cups water (depending on the texture you want) ●5+ Dates (according to your taste buds) (optional) ●Allspice (optional) ●Raw Organic Agave Syrup (optional) ●Vanilla (optional)
■Blend the walnuts with water until well blended. ■Add optional ingredients and blend until smooth. ■Store milk in a glass container in the fridge.
●1 cup pre-soaked Brazilnuts (the longer you soak, the better it tastes/2 days is ideal) ●4 cups water ●5+ Dates (optional) ●Allspice (optional) ●Raw Organic Agave Syrup (optional) ●Vanilla (optional)
■Blend the Brazilnuts with water until well blended. ■Add optional ingredients and blend until smooth. ■Store milk in a glass container in the fridge.
●1 cup Raw Shelled Hempseeds ●4 cups water ●4+ Dates (according to your taste buds) ●Pinch of sea salt ●2-3+ Tbsps Raw Organic Agave Syrup (optional) ●1 Tbsp Sea Moss/Irish Moss Jelly (optional to obtain a smooth consistency)
■Blend the Hempseeds with water until well blended. ■Add dates and optional ingredients and blend until smooth. ■Store milk in a glass container in the fridge.
●Water & Meat of 2 Young Thai Coconuts
●Water (If coconut milk is not thin enough)
■Blend the ingredients together until well blended. ■Store milk in a glass container in the fridge.
One of my favorite cocktails, the Aviation.
The history of the Aviation Cocktail was long attributed to Harry Craddock, the author of the Savoy Cocktail Book which has been in publication since 1930. However, more recent information has proven that the cocktail was the brainchild of a German born bartender named Hugo Ensslin; the author of Recipes for Mixed Drinks published in 1917 and the last major cocktail book published prior to Prohibition which started in 1920.
Apparently common practice at the time, Craddock copied Ensslin’s cocktail for his book and in doing so forgot one important ingredient, the Creme de Violette. For many years there was some confusion as to the name, why the Aviation? Correcting that mistake with the discovery of the older tome and adding the Creme de Violette originally intended made the mystery clear; in addition to adding a nice violet floral note, the Crème de Violette lends its dark purple color to the drink. When mixed with gin and lemon juice, the drink turns a paler blueish purple color just like the sky…The Aviation! 👨🏻✈️🛩. 📷 credits: @miretto
Toda quarta-feira é especial no L'amitié! Na #QuartaDasAmigas , estendemos o tapete vermelho para o público feminino com uma cortesia especial: uma taça de vinho tinto, branco ou espumante 🥂
Chame suas amigas e venha brindar conosco! Reservas pelo tel. (11) 3078-5919. R. Manuel Guedes, 233, no Itaim Bibi
"You have a weird hobby" my friend murmurs to me as I stop to photograph the remains of the Scots' St Paddys celebrations at 2am. I look up at my colleague, my eyes glistening with joy, my nostrils stinging with the scent of beer and rain, "where the drunks go, I follow". People ask me everyday how I continue my pursuit of art in such turbulent times, and I must say that whilst I have faced many dangers in my times photographing trash, there is nothing more rewarding than the knowledge that this work is world changing, and for that I am #blessed . #photography#worldtraveler#wanderlust#drinkspiration#instabeer#beer#trash#alchol#bethechange
Glass containers don't absorb food colors or smells. Plastic is a porous material that will absorb and retain food colors and odors, but glass, on the other hand, is non permeable and won’t.
Ever notice how those old plastic containers you’ve used time and time again started to change color? Most noticeably those containers that have held pasta sauces… they always seem to turn reddish/brown, right? And maybe not quite as noticeable, but sometimes I’d find the plastic containers would retain the smell of the food they were storing, especially if garlic was a major ingredient.
Studies have shown that the chemicals in plastic break down and leach into the food or drink they are storing (especially when heated). In turn, we consume the food and drink, allowing the chemicals to enter our bodies.
Not only does glass last longer than plastic, but it can also be used and washed repeatedly without sacrificing its shape, cleanliness, and durability. Plastic also needs to be replaced much more frequently than glass (excluding those breakage incidents), and although plastic can be recycled, it loses its integrity (unlike glass). Recycled plastic doesn’t get remade into plastic bottles; instead, plastic is “downcycled” and turned into a different type of product. So every time you purchase a plastic bottle or container, it is made using new plastic.
Glass, on the other hand, can be recycled over and over again without losing its quality, therefore a glass bottle and container is likely to have been made with recycled glass. The initial cost of glass may be higher than plastic, but because glass lasts longer and doesn’t need to be replaced as often as plastic, you’ll end up saving money over time!