Il Black Tot è un rum la cui storia è legata ad un'antica usanza, infatti era tradizionalmente destinato alla Royal Navy britannica, i cui marinai erano soliti fare consumo costituito da un blend di distillati provenienti dalle varie colonie inglesi caraibiche. Quando il 31 luglio del 1970 questa secolare usanza venne abolita dalla marina inglese, quel giorno venne ricordato come il "black tot day", perchè a partire da quella data cesso il diritto di bere a bordo quotidianamente. Il Finest Caribbean nasce da questa tradizione, sempre un autentico Blend di Rum distillati in Pot Still e colonna, provenienti da Guyana, Jamaica e Barbados e maturati dai 3 ai 4 anni interamente in clima tropicale. Un prodotto unico, legato ad eleganti note gusto olfattive .
Al naso si presenta con note tropicali , tra cui banana , ananas e melone ; una volta assaggiato troviamo una consistenza corposa allacciata a sapore di caffè prima per poi trasformarsi in cardamomo , zenzero e chiodi di garofano ; in fine questo splendido rum ci dimostra tutta la sua lunghezza in bocca lasciando frutta tropicale , peperoncino e vaniglia •
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DO SOMETHING ELSE • I'll be the first to admit I'm the obsessive type. I throw myself 110% into everything and my teaching career has been no different. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
However, sometimes on a hard day, week, year, you have to make sure your joy is coming from somewhere else. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Back in November these two yahoos convinced me to buy an advent calendar and that we'd all open it together. So everyday in December we've been video chatting to open a piece of chocolate. Everyday it's a round milk chocolate but we've decided we are finding joy in the ridiculousness of the design on the piece. The real joy is talking with these two about anything other than school. It's making me a better human and a better teacher.
Tell me where you found joy this week. It's okay if it was in the classroom or out.
"The photo doesn’t show much detail, but to me all the little details that went into the cooktop sum up STEM really well. It’s a cooktop that runs on 100% hydrogen. [A standard gas cooktop runs on natural gas which is a fossil fuel]
Some of the different processes that went into this were:
-sales and customer management
-Combustion design & calcs
-CAD design of whole unit
-FEA of select components
-3D plastic printing for proof of concept
-3D metal printing final parts
-Fully automated sheet metal part manufacture
-proof of design performance
-safety testing and risk management
-project and supplier management
To me STEM is about solving problems for people, and to do that effectively you need to be able to broadly understand a lot of different things and know when/where to get advice."
- Mitch, Engineer, Heatlie Barbecues
"I'm a design engineer for the company that makes radiators in [fast cars]. Yep, that's a Red Bull Formula 1. I am part of a team that designs the parts with CAD data and performance requirements directly from Red Bull themselves. We design and manufacture everything in-house and on site and even have our own wind tunnel to proof test and verify everything. For a car nut like me, this is pretty amazing stuff"
- Chris, Design Engineer, PWR Performance Products
First photo from @pwrperformanceproducts
Second photo supplied.