I tried two flavours of Toodaloo. Hot to Trot and Turning Heads. Turning Heads was my favourite of the two. It's essentially a chocolate flavoured trail mix. The chocolate clumps the mix together a little in a really pleasing way. Taste-wise the flavour took a while for me to warm to it, but after a few servings I loved it. Chocolately, but not too sweet, and you can still taste the other trail mix elements. Hot to Trot though was okay, but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it again. The mix of citrus and tumeric was just too weird for my tastes.
I own a tension arm paper towel holder. It's perfectly weighted and makes it very easy to dispense paper towels. It's also easy to clean and even though I've had it for over 5 years and it's still like new. There's not really much more to say - I'd recommend!
I use Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream every day and it's a perfect fit for me. It's not at all greasy, but keeps my face well moisturised, soft and generally healthy. Also, since I've been using it I've found I'm less prone to outbreaks. The only drawbacks I can think of are that doesn't contain any SPF and it's expensive (but I find that a pot lasts for ages).
I picked up come Natura Maracuja hand cream while I was in Brazil to help me handle the return to cold weather back home. Maracuja is a type of Brazilian passion fruit, and the fragrance reminds me a little of a passion fruit cocktail... in a good way. It's not at all over powering and very pleasant. The one thing this hand cream could do a little better though is handle cold European winter weather. Even though it moisturizes the effects feel a little short lived.
Uniqlo is a steady staple of my wardrobe. I'm especially a big fan of Airism. Wearing Airism in the summer feels cool and comfortable and quality is fantastic - seemingly to last forever.
It's kind of hard to objectively review a plant food. There are so many factors that determine how well my plants do. I have to be honest, I'm a pretty neglectful plant parent, yet they're all still somehow surviving. Anyway, since trying Flourish my plants all seem to be doing well. Or Flourishing? I like the packaging, the clear instructions and if I lived in the US I'd definitely make Flourish my regular plant food.
I love the concept. Take a pill after a night out and again in the morning and feel fine. I've tried Cheers a few times, and I *think* the after-drinking pill has some effect at reducing hangovers. Where it falls apart for me though is that both times I've taken the morning pill I've felt nausea afterwards. Maybe Cheers just isn't a good fit for me? Maybe more testing is required? Cheers! 🍻
Bolia is a bastion of clean, calm Scandinavian designed furniture. We brought some dining chairs from Bolia recently from their outlet. They look beautiful, are clearly superbly made, perfectly compliment our dining table and best of all were half price. They're covered in a soft cognac leather and I honestly couldn't be happier with them!
Fantastic roaster selling a good selection of well roasted tasty coffee beans. They also have a couple of cozy coffee shops in Copenhagen. I love how their coffee tastes, and it makes great espresso, but at 478 kr (€64) for 1kg of espresso roast beans, Prolog is too expensive to be a daily coffee for me.
Acme makes by far the best espresso cups I've found. I discovered them while traveling New Zealand. All of the nice coffee shops in New Zealand seem to serve from Acme cups. When I got home I bought their Demitasse espresso cups and saucers in Feijoa. I've been using them on a daily basis for the past 5 years. They still look brand new. They're a delight to drink from. A little chunky, which makes for a really pleasant drinking experience and helps the cup keep the espresso at a good temperature. If you're searching for espresso cups, honestly look no further.