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How the most popular alcoholic drinks around the world are made

How the most popular alcoholic drinks around the world are made

Mmmmm! This is tasty design - both literally and figuratively! How many of these have you tried? I had a former beau dabble in some homebrewing - made me Applejack for Valentine's Day! It was sweet and warming... him? Not so much! Source:

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Mixed Media http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-auOycSIpKDs/UI6dASeAY1I/AAAAAAAAAJU/JGArcMe3_KA/s1600/different%2Bmedia%2Bon%2Bdifferent%2Bpaper.jpg

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Mauritius (pronounced Mar-ish-us). A small island country off the east coast of Africa. This rich island seems comparable to a Caribbean island getaway... except a large amount of the locals in Mauritius are of Indian descent with either a Hindu or Islamic background and so the food served at restaurants often follow the rules of these religions. Cool! This map shows some popular tourist attractions. Hopefully I can use this one day.

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The warming colours in this design really help to make it that little bit more interesting! I love how they have perfectly recreated popular drinks by illustrating them to show you what each one looks like!

20 Spiked Coffee Cocktail Recipes for a Legendary Buzz #Infographic

The warming colours in this design really help to make it that little bit more interesting! I love how they have perfectly recreated popular drinks by illustrating them to show you what each one looks like!

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Emma Watson Becomes A Certified Yoga Instructor

Two aspects of this magazine cover that are really impressive are the typographical relationships and the way the image covers the masthead. The typographical relationship is contrasting, with serif for the masthead and main cover line about Emma Watson, while the rest of the cover lines are sans-serif. This almost creates a hierarchy of sorts, showing that the text in serif is most important.

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I’ve never had a lot of friends, and I’m finally realizing that it’s totally okay

Definitely going to share this...kids have no idea that forensics, like all science, takes TIME.