I recently visited Los Angeles together with another blonde lady… She is from Belgium and her name is none other than Stella Artois! She quickly became my new favorite beer and companion (Martinis were put on hold for this trip..!), not only because of her lovely fair color and delicious taste, but also because she combines another favorite element of mine: Stars! “Stella” means star in Latin and that’s why there is one in every bottle!
Got a new fixation, ideal for a cocktail, even on an Easter week ; ) “Gentlemen’s Greyhound” made with delicious Three Cents Gentlemen’s Soda!
I’m a great fan and supporter of Greek products and Greek success stories, and Three Cents could be no exception, as it also happens to combine my love for cocktails & drinks! In one of my recent bar expeditions, I discovered the Three Cents, new flavor called “Gentlemen’s Soda“. It is a unique Mediterranean citrus flavor of aromatic bergamont and zesty mandarin. Refreshing scents along with flavorsome natural ingredients and carbonated water make it one of the most delicious mixers in the market! Perfect to have plain with ice or in a citrus flavored cocktail… Yes, there is a custom recipe coming up on the blog!
Ever since I learned about Turmeric’s powerful Anti-inflamatory and Antioxidant benefits, I’ve been using in almost everything that I cook; salad dressings, pasta, quinoa, curries & cakes. Literally all my foods have a yellow color these days!
Christina Vlahoulis, got inspired by my new obsession and decided to create, what else but a drink for me, to enjoy and to put an end on my yellow food mania!
Sisters Niki and Zoe Moskofoglou are the incredibly talented, contemporary marble designers and sculptors of on•entropy. I’ve known them for many years and I have witnessed their creativity develop and constanlty peak, leading them to represent Greece in the first ever London’s Design Biennale, themed “Utopia by Design”.
I’m so proud to write about K-Studio, an architecture firm based in Athens, Greece, not only because it was established by UCL graduates, Dimitris and Konstantinos Karampatakis, whom I have known since childhood, but more importantly because it has created some astonishing, well-known projects, both locally and internationally. To me, their work over the years is a testament that the Greek talent has no limits. And that creative experimentation and fresh thinking can lead to exciting architectural experiences on every scale and in all aspects of life.