Share this:      Pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo of single malt whisky since 1887, Glenfiddich celebrates World Whisky Day with the Experimental Series.  Over its 130-year history, distiller William Grant & Sons and its most famous creation, Glenfiddich single malt scotch whisky, have blazed a pioneering trail that lives on today. Overcoming adversity over the years, innovating, remaining family-owned and ever-changing, Glenfiddich has become the world’s most-awarded and No.1-selling single malt whisky. Forging the way for new Scotch whisky avenues, Glenfiddich has been collaborating with maverick individuals from the world of whisky.  Designed with the desire to “inspire unusual and unexpected variants”, the GlenfiddichRead More →

Share this:      Summers really call for some nice and refreshing coolers and here are two mocktail recipes shared by Head Chef Ajay Veer from Symposium Dwarka. MANGO MELON BALL Ingredients Mango Juice                                                                        60 ML Apple Juice                                                                           60 ML Lime Mix                                                                              10 ML Fresh Watermelon Ball                                                      100 GM Watermelon Syrup Monin                                                10 ML Lemon Chunks                                                                    5 Mint Leaves                                                                        6 Method Mix Mango Juice, Apple Juice andLime mix in a container Add Watermelon Syrup to the juice mixture Add some ice cubes to this mixture and shake it well Garnish the mixture with Watermelon balls Serve the chilled drink to your guests     SPICY RUSSIAN MARY Ingredients Tomato Juice                                                                      180 ML Tabasco                                                                                 0.5Read More →

Share this:      The native cuisine of the Naga people, Nagaland food comprises primarily of Meat and Fish which is usually either smoked, dried or fermented. The use of chillies is exceptionally high in the cuisine especially the world famous Bhut Jolokia. Replicating such traditional food and retaining authentic taste always comes as a challenge when exploring the cuisine outside the region, but Nagaland’s Kitchen has completely emerged as a winner in this case. They have not just replicated the dishes, but also taken utmost care to retain the authenticity of tastes by sourcing some of their ingredients right from the base region. I recently went toRead More →

Share this:      Christmas Recipes   Red Velvet Pancake     Ingredients                                              Quantity   10 cups all-purpose flour- 1/2 Cup [Chopped] Sugar- 1-1/4 Cups Baking Cocoa- 2/3 Cups Baking Soda- 6 tsp Baking Powder- 4 tsp Salt- 5 tsp   Additional Ingredients (for each batch)   Buttermilk – 2 cups Eggs -2 Red food coloring – 2 tsp Butter and maple syrup   Method In a large bowl, combine the flour, sugar, baking cocoa, baking soda and salt all together. Place 2 cups in each of five resalable plastic bags or containers. Store in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months To prepare pancakes PourRead More →

Share this:      Swiggy offers online food ordering and delivering to your doorstep. In India, it is headquartered in Bengaluru. Swiggy was founded by Sriharsha Majety, Nandan Reddy, Rahul Jaimini in the year 2014. Bootstrapped till last January, the food tech startup was present in just a few neighbourhoods of Bengaluru, with Koramangala giving a major chunk of the business. Today, Swiggy has raised its business plan to eight cities and more than 9,000 restaurants that allows them to function with ease and deliver their orders in minimum time. Swiggy works as your food providing buddy and understands your cravings for food at odd hours. They doRead More →

Share this:      Chaayos is almost a synonym for a tea cafe, there is no one better when it comes to serving hand crafted and blended teas and that too keeping in mind the Indian taste buds. For most Indians tea is their fuel to keep going, and you just can’t afford to go wrong with it, and Chaayos has really carved its name across the minds of tea lovers. Not just tea, but Chaayos has always came across as a notch above the rest even when it comes to tea accompaniments. The sweets and savouries are just perfect always. What I personally love about their menuRead More →

Share this:      Healthy Easy to Make Winter Recipes   Pineapple Coconut Cashew Rice Ingredients                                                    Quantity Long grained rice                                      1 1/2 cups Crushed pineapple chunks                      1 (20 oz. Can) (In the form of pineapple juice) Unsweetened coconut milk                     1 (13.5 oz. Can) Sweetened coconut flakes                      3tsp. Thai red curry paste                                1 tsp. Garlic powder                                         1 tsp. Onion powder                                           1/2 tsp. Ground ginger                                         1/2 tsp. Salt                                                           1/2 tsp. Pepper                                                       1/8 tsp. For Garnish   Ingredients                                                    Quantity Lime juice                                                  3tsp. (According to taste) Salted roasted cashews                           1/2 cup Chopped cilantro                                     1/2 cup Freshly cracked salt and pepper Method Pour pineapple juice (collected from crushed pineapple) in a measuring cup. Add coconut milkRead More →

Share this:      Healthy snacking is fastly catching pace in the country and has become an important part of our Lifestyle. This trend is pushing F&B companies to create innovative and better healthy options. Juices are the best way to ensure a healthy snacking habit. Considered as the King of juices, Sugarcane Juice is blessed with extremely high nutritional properties. Indians love their traditional beverage and are crazy for freshly extracted sugarcane juice served in glasses by vendors across the country. But with these available platforms hygiene is the biggest concern along with round the year availability. Taking up the challenge, Nutricane Beverages Pvt. Ltd., a youngRead More →

Share this:      The Instituto Nacional de la Yerba Mate (INYM) has come to India with the agenda of opening its route to the Indian tea market by means of popularizing the benefits and scientific significance of the Argentine tea. The Residence of the Embassy of Argentina, Delhi recently hosted a high tea event  in the honorary presence of Instituto Nacional de la Yerba Mate (INYM) along with the esteemed participation of tea sommeliers, Tea Trails, Food Halls and distributors. INYM recognizes the fact that like the people in Argentina, households in India have immense love for Tea and endorsesthe therapeutic effects of the tea, also dubbedRead More →

Share this:      While tea is most commonly associated with the British, its popularity across our own nation is on the rise. So it’s time to start getting to know your different types of tea, how and when to serve them and the different benefits that they can have on your health. For now, let’s stick to three of the most commonly consumed varieties of tea: black teas, green teas and tisanes. Photo Credit Black Tea Black tea is the most widely tried type of tea in the West. It is made of young tea leaves that are picked at a young age, withered, rolled, fully oxidised,Read More →