It’s not a very well known brand in the UK but you can find it in most good supermarkets and Italian deli’s.
They come in a number of different flavours mainly cantered around citrus fruits. I find it’s a good alternative to Sprite and 7up and can even give Coca-Cola/Pepsi and good run for its money.
Given the option of “What would be your last meal?” for me it will always boil done to either a good steak or Sushi. The later I am aware is an acquired taste...
There are a few places in London that come close to perfection on providing great sushi as I am always on the hunt. So far the following have impressed me Sticks and Sushi (Covent Garden), Sushimania (all you can eat), Sumosan (Mayfair), Sushisamba (for great views of London) and Wasabi (quick and easy take out).
London is a little behind with the whole MATCHA TEA craze compared to other capital cities around the world.
Best described Matcha Tea is a close relative of Green tea but in Powder form and much higher in antioxidants. This month I managed to bump into this craze in quite a few places around the city – Le Pan Quotidien (iced version) and EAT (Matcha Latte).
From the Italian word Baci meaning “kisses”.
These little pieces of dark chocolate outside and inside you will find a whole hazelnut are my all time favourite.
They come with message that usually are quotes which are translated in English and French. As I live with an Italian I request her to bring these back with her every time she visits home
Finding Nemo is one of my favourite movies.
There are many quotes from the movie that strike a chord with me but this one in particular reminds me of a special someone.