Reality star Kristin Cavallari hit the runway in true lush fashion as she modeled a bikini inspired by Skyy Vodka at Diesel and Skyy Vodka’s Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week Swim event. The swanky event took place at Miami’s Raleigh Hotel and the Skyy Vodka specialty cocktails were of course flowing. And as part of the runway show Diesel gave a sneak peak at their upcoming Cruise 2012 collection. It’s kind of hard to to tell, but Cavallari is actually wearing what might just be the world’s first glass bikini. Yes, you read that right…a bikini made of glass, inspired by Skyy Vodka’s iconic blue bottle. If that’s not Lushworthy then I don’t know what else is.
Every now and then you come across a drink recipe that you just know is gonna be amazing. Take for instance the extremely easy to make “Whippet.” Created by the makers of Whynatte the “Whippet” is so good that it’s said to cause pure madness in those who drink it. Now I’m not sure about all that, but it does sound quite tasty. I wasn’t able to find a “Whippet” recipe online, but I do know that you just combine Whynatte and Pinnacle Whipped Vodka. I’m just unsure of the exact amounts so feel free to add however much you like (just don’t get too carried away folks).
1-part Pinnacle Whipped Vodka
Combine both Whynatte and Pinnacle Whipped Vodka in a small glass, mix, and ice (optional).
First off, Pharrell gets all his “lush points” taken away for stating that he’s “not much of a drinker” while at the same time promoting a brand new liquor. I find that a little odd, but maybe that’s just me. Anywho, Pharrell celebrated the launch of Qream Liqueur (a partnership with Diageo) in Beverly Hills last night and to be honest it sounds like he’s got himself a nice little product. The line will consist of strawberry cream and peach cream flavors and will retail for about $29.99 per bottle.
It’s Friday! Which means we’re that much closer to the weekend! Which means it’s almost time to make those Sunday brunch plans! You guys can keep it real with me I know that you’re probably looking forward to a decadent omelette or some mouth-watering pancakes, but we all know that when it comes to brunch the bottomless mimosas are truly the best part. And since I’m always hear to help I’ve compiled a list of some of the best brunch spots in Atlanta that are serving up bottomless mimosas. You can thank me later…
P’cheen – At only $10 P’cheen without a doubt has one of the most wallet friendly, bottomless mimosas specials around town. And trust me don’t let that measly $10 fool you, their mimosas are still quite potent.
Cafe Circa – I’ve yet to check out Cafe Circa, but I’ve heard that their brunch is amazing. I actually called them to see how much their bottomless mimosas are and was told they don’t serve them. But I’m about 90 percent sure this was just case of talking to someone who has no idea what they’re talking about. Because their Facebook page says they do. If so expect, to pay about $12 or $14 for the bottomless mimosas.
The Republic Social House – Once this Atlanta weather takes a break from being sweltering hot check out the patio area at The Republic Social House and enjoy their bottomless mimosas. Bottomless mimosas are $18.99 and include one brunch item.
I’m a big fan of sangria. I mean who isn’t? But I’ve found that your standard sangria recipes have become a little boring. Fortunately for all you sangria lovers out there I came across some very unique and hopefully delicious sangria recipes thanks to Gekkeikan Sake. Sake? Plum wine? And fresh fruit? Sounds like you’ve found the ideal recipe for your next summer shindig.
Peach And Plum Sake Sangria
28 oz Gekkikan Sake
14 oz Kobai Plum Wine
2 Fresh Peaches, sliced
2 Fresh Plums, sliced
2 oz Soda Water
Muddle the fruit, add the sake and plum wine and let infuse. Add ice and stir well. Top with soda water.
Summer Sake Sangria
24 oz Gekkeikan Sake
12 oz Gekkeikan Plum Wine
¾ cup fresh watermelon, cubed
1¼ cups fresh honeydew melon, cubed
Muddle ½ cup watermelon with 1 cup honeydew melon. Add the sake and plum wine and let infuse. Add the remainder of the melon, ice and stir well. Top with ginger ale.
You don’t have to be French to bask in the glory that is Bastille Day. If you’re in the celebratory mood crack open a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and party like it’s 1789. Oh, and if you feel that you need a little more info on what exactly Bastille Day is before you pop open that bottle of champagne head on over to its Wiki page for a detailed description of the holiday. Ah, nothing like a little enlightenment and bubbly.
And be sure to check out Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, it’s described as being quite the ideal champagne when it comes to celebrating.