Monday, July 25, 2016

Tiffin teaser party

We had a great time at Taste of Tiffin, a two-day event at Publican organized by Freeform Untitled. Took my  mixologist Imran along as well, to check out the alcohol section.
It was certainly an experiential celebration of food and drink. Although we only attended one afternoon, it was obvious that it was a unique collection of food and drinks all in one spot, with a total guest count of 3,000.

There were three parts of the event that we visited – the food booths outside, the ones inside, and the booze section. There was some really good grub all around, and we were spoilt for choice. I vaguely recall swallowing some Mexican stuff in the afternoon while buzzed.
Anyway, my highlight was in the Black Box – the sampling sessions in the afternoon, as well as cocktail stands. I got so wasted at one point just from sampling the variety that was given, that i had to leave. Swallowed the Mexican stuff at the food section, then came back.
I enjoyed trying out some new gin from Australia, West Winds – the Sabre, and the Cutlass. Especially the Sabre – kinda tangy and sweetish. These gins are available at Locker & Loft.

How much better is your life today compared to last year, five years ago, ten years ago? If you’re like most people, your life hasn’t changed all that much. As a matter of fact, your dreams and challenges are probably very similar to what they have been for the majority of your life. Why do human beings stay at a specific level of struggle in life? Their brains are wired to stay stuck with what is familiar—good or bad. The only way to improve your life is to become more intelligent about the subjects you’re struggling with at this time. If you want more money, time, love, and health, you need to quickly learn more about these things to create them. Of course, it is wise to become intelligent about the repeating negative patterns of your life as well. Many times, things like fear, procrastination, and negative thinking, are powerful obstacles to individuals who want to create more. As a matter of fact, a human being can only rise to the level of his or her greatest fear. The saddest realization is when you understand fear isn’t real. Fear is nothing more than thoughts we have imagined in our minds about the future.