3 Exotic Drinks with Flowers to Make You happy!

Exotic Drinks with Flowers

 

Nature is wonderful. It amazes me all the time with its beauty and power of living. That is why I use nature for everything in my life. One of those uses I give to nature is in my drinks, my teas, my coffee, my refreshment drinks, even in my meals, my medical consultations, my bicycling (i prefer to do my bike rides where there are lots of flowers and nature).

 

 

VIRGIN DRINK WITH NATURAL POWER

 

 

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VIRGIN DRINKS WITH FLOWER POWER

 

 

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The original Singapore Sling was made with ingredients like gin, Cointreau, Grenadine, and pineapple juice over 100 years ago at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. 

 

SINGAPORE SLING

 

 

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Try the present-day take on the beverage at The Peninsula’s ritzy rooftop bar with The Ning Sling: Stoli orange and fresh mint leaves shaken with lychee and tart passion fruit juice.

 

 

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My Favorite Place to Travel in November 2018

November is a wonderful month to travel. Since cooling temperatures are arriving in the northern hemisphere and they will stay here for several months, traveling to a country where I am going to find warmth and colorful ambiance is my priority. The southern hemisphere is in spring now, but there are other cities in the northern hemisphere that sound appealing: like Texas or Palm Springs if you don’t want to travel far away.

If you are a serious traveler: Argentina and Bermuda are perfect for this time of the year.

Spring in Argentina can steal your heart. Argentinian food will satisfy the most sophisticated palate.

ARGENTINA in Spring

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Food in Argentina Beef and Wine

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Munich Oktoberfest 2018 Food and Beer

This speciality is served in all the big festival tents. There is actually not much room for experimenting, because the guests want the roast pork exactly like it’s done in Bavaria: with potato dumplings, sauerkraut and, of course, a lot of gravy.

Roast Pork for Connoiseurs and Epicures

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The only exception that one can recommend with a clear conscience is exchanging the potato dumplings for bread dumplings. Many locals go on an excursion to the festival field on the Wiesn Sundays to eat roast pork with their families.

Gefüllter Spießbraten (Stuffed Pork Roast)

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The Bavarian traditions can be enjoyed in special style at lunch time, accompanied by regional brass music in the beer tents. Whether the meat is served with crackling or without is left to the cook’s preferences.

Münchner Aufschnitt (Münich Cold Cuts)

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Fun Messy Food Family Friends and lots of Dancing

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THE GLOBAL BLOGGER IN PINTEREST

Eat Flowers Exotic Delicious and Extravagant Flavors

GET YOUR OWN FLOWER FLAVOR FEVER ON YOUR TABLE!

Flowers are one of the joys of spring time. Flowers not only beautify our garden, we can use them as garnishes and ingredients in all kinds of recipes. From cocktails, cheese plates and salads to main courses and desserts, you can do a lot more with flowers than just admire them in your yard or your favorite vase.

GOAT CHEESE WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS SO YUMMY

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HERB BUTTER WITH FLOWERS DELICIOUS

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CANAPES AND CHAMPAGNE WITH FLOWERS

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FLATBREAD CRUST WITH ZUCCHINI FLOWERS ASPARAGUS AND NASTURTIUM

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This is Where Cinnamon Comes From

Cinnamon
Cinnamomum zeylanicum, evergreen tree of the laurel family (Lauraceae) native to(Ceylon), Malabar Coast and Myanmar (Burma), also cultivated in South America and the West Indies for the spice consisting of its dried inner bark. Cinnamon was once more valuable than gold. In Egypt it was sought for embalming and witchcraft. In medieval Europe it was used for religious rites and as a flavoring. Later it was the most-profitable spice in the Dutch East India Company trade. In modern times cinnamon is used to flavor a variety of foods and drinks; in Europe and the it is especially popular in bakery goods.

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