This man's reaction is more explosive than the Mentos and Coke. While there seems to be a bit of confusion about exactly what world record is being broken, one thing is for sure - this guy is very Italian and very excited.
Using an effect called tilt-shift, Filippo Rivetti captures a day in the life of Syndey, Australia in miniature.
Be your own bartender this summer with Cocktail Courier. Their boozy boxes contain everything you need to craft drinks at home like a pro. Kits are based on your preferred spirits and contain pre-measured ingredients including mixers and garnishes, along with recipe cards and step-by-step instructions. Featuring concoctions from the nation's top bartenders, a rotating menu ensures you'll always receive fresh, innovative cocktails like the Smoky Robinson. Made with WhistlePig's Barrel Aged Maple Syrup and Farmstock Maple Bitters, this smooth blend of Banhez Mezcal, WhistlePig's 10 yr 100 proof Rye Whiskey, and fresh lemon is sure to be your new poolside companion.
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There's nothing quite as rewarding as a sip of your favorite spirit after a long day in the outdoors, and High Camp Flasks make it easy to enjoy that beverage. Both the 375mL Halflight and 750mL Firelight flasks are vacuum-insulated and integrate magnetic, double-wall tumblers into their cylindrical design, ensuring you've always got a cup on hand wherever you may be. Each tumbler magnetically attaches to the flask as its lid so you won't misplace it and leave it behind. The larger Firelight flask has two integrated cups so you can share your vice with a friend, while the smaller Halflight has one cup for partaking on your own while on the go. Each is made from stainless steel and has an electropolished interior that won't retain or impart any flavors to your drinks. Being released for retail exclusively with Uncrate, the 375mL Halflight is only $69 before it goes to full price later this year.
Halflight: 375mL / One Integrated Stainless Cup
Firelight: 750mL / Two Integrated Stainless Cups
Corals, sponges, and other marine life - that move on a time scale so slow that it requires time lapses to be seen - are in this beautiful clip by Daniel Stoupin.