In 2019, Glenfiddich launched a unique single malt curation, called the Glenfiddich Experiments, which handpicked exotic ingredients from across India to create elixirs. Comprising of three exceptional elixirs—Bitter Sweet Symphony, Dufftown Confluence and Sweet Obsession—by bringing together ingredients such as the fragrant Mysore jasmine, spicy Malabar clove, Kerala black pepper, cinnamon from the Western Ghats, bitter orange from Nagpur, peach from Kashmir and spiced coriander from Karnataka, to create the perfect background for aromatic elevation. … [Read more...] about Quarantine cocktails: Forage in your pantry to spice up a ‘sustainable’ drink
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What could be different about Twitter’s design intervention? Take the flag Twitter used on that Trump ballot tweet: “Get the facts about mail-in ballots.” This is one line of text, six words with an exclamation point icon in front that don’t go so far as to actually say “the above message is demonstrably false.” The message is actually hard to notice because the text is rendered in a substantially smaller font size than the tweet itself. It’s the visual equivalent of Trump shouting at a teleprompter, and an intern in the back of the room whispering, “sir, that message may need a correction.” … [Read more...] about Hush, Trump. Twitter is going easy on you.
Unlike some tie-in campaigns, which repurpose pre-existing products, HBO asked Ommegang, which specializes in Belgian-style ales, to create brews from scratch. The first beer, Iron Throne Blonde Ale, will debut mid- to late-March to coincide with the show’s March 31 premiere. The second beer will launch next fall, followed by two more beers in subsequent seasons. … [Read more...] about Refreshment Is Coming: Making Game Of Thrones Beer
Sort of. Sheikh Ali stands for everything that Ramy aspires to be spiritually: he’s soft-spoken, wise, and progressive. As Ramy’s mentor, he asks for accountability—a challenge for Ramy, since he confuses the devotion to his faith with the betterment of his character. Throughout the new season, Ramy proves time after time that despite his desire to fill the void in himself, he has a nasty habit of judging others critically without ever looking at himself, which makes it hard for us to like him. And that’s exactly the point. … [Read more...] about Hulu’s ‘Ramy’ is back—with even more provocative questions for the Muslim-American diaspora
Cara Brennan Allamano, senior vice president of people, places, and learning at Udemy, says that planning to offer such provisions can go a long way to make people feel they are being treated with the same respect on their way out of the company as they did on their way in. “I really admire how a Udemy for Business customer decided to continue providing online learning resources to laid-off individuals,” Brennan Allamano says. “They found a tangible way to support people even when they could no longer be with the company.” … [Read more...] about This is what a compassionate layoff looks like