Pass the popcorn!
Amba Lamb at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is a mean mixologist, which becomes very apparent when you try her award-winning Candied Popcorn Old Fashioned elixir, served at Seven restaurant. Created from a heady mix of buttered popcorn-infused Bulleit Bourbon, Johnnie Walker Black, salted caramel and candied popcorn, this drink is ecstasy in a glass. Even if you usually steer clear of bourbon and whisky, this cocktail will convert you.
Try a little Poo-Pourri
Do you shrink at the idea of using a public restroom? Will you always steer clear of eggs and chili when dining out?
Fretting about doing your bizniz when separated from a complete stranger by only a hollow sheet of wood is a very relatable fear for many. Carrying around a bottle of Poo-Pourri can alleviate that anxiety. Simply spray in the toilet bowl beforehand to create a film of scented oils upon the water that contain embarrassing odour. For all they know, you could be arranging fl owers in there!
Lighting the way
If you are one of those people who like to run before the sun comes up or after it sets at night, you’ll know the
importance of making your presence known to motorists.
Beyond that, you’d like to know there isn’t a hidden pothole (followed by a sprained ankle) in your future.
Knuckle Lights are LED rechargeable accessories you wear over the knuckles (surprise!) of your hands that cast a strong beam of light before you.
They are waterproof, have multiple settings, and will get you noticed in all the rights ways.
‘The Boys’ is not for kids
Garth Ennis, the comic book writer known for ‘Preacher’, among other stories, created ‘The Boys’ comic series: A decidedly antisuperhero work that has now been launched as a show on Amazon Prime. Yes, superheroes roam
among us, but here they are cut from a very diff erent cloth than the Superman, Spider-Man and Batmans of this world. This series carries a hard ‘R’ rating for all kinds of reasons, so absolutely not one for children. It is edgy, dark and refreshingly original.