Reflections on 2018 and Looking Forward to 2019

Reflections on 2018 and Looking Forward to 2019

Cliched it might be but, it didn’t feel right posting on New Year’s Eve without some thoughts on the past year and maybe some resolutions for next year. It feels like a nice way to bookend those 12 months, to look back with some reflections on 2018.

 

2018 was tough in many ways in the British Virgin Islands. The start of the year was still muddled after Hurricane Irma. Not much was open, and life in the islands was still pretty rough. Friends and colleagues were away following the storm and some, sadly, would never return. Slowly life returned to some sort of normal, and unexpectedly, one of the best things about 2018 was the way that it blossomed during the year. As the Territory continued to recover, and we started to see progress being made! It turned out to be surprisingly positive and enlightening, despite the obvious challenges.

 

2018 saw us taking on one of our biggest travel adventures to date, with three weeks in South East Asia and time spent in Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Thailand. I’m forever grateful to my adventurous parents for picking Sri Lanka as the destination for their holiday and, in turn, our family holiday. The perfect balance of family time, catching up with friends in far-off places, seeing my sister and where she’s living, and adventuring with the husband. Some truly unforgettable travel experiences.

 

Reflections on 2018 - Sri Lanka

Reflections on 2018 - Thailand

 

In May I got to go back to Puerto Rico for the first time since Hurricane Maria. A bittersweet trip with many of my favourites sadly closed, but new favourites to be made! A wonderful birthday trip with opportunity to relax, wander, explore and eat.

 

Reflections on 2018 - Puerto Rico

 

I tried to do as much as possible in the BVI this year, as many islands as I could visit! Every boat trip I could fit in. Resorts and restaurants as they re-opened, I was there! I made new friends and worked to promote as many BVI businesses as I could. Something I plan to continue in 2019.

 

Reflections on 2018 - BVI

 

Now the tourism season is in full swing, the cruise ships are back and we’ve never been so happy to see so many boats on the water and new faces in the bars and restaurants.

 

Next year I am planning more adventures to look forward to, and bucket list items to tick off. I’m determined to visit at least two brand new destinations, starting with Morocco in May.

 

I plan on saying ‘yes’ to as much as possible, even things that terrify me! I’m hoping that 2019 brings more time on the water, more new experiences and more opportunity to learn. I want to do more, see more and learn more skills.

 

I’m excited to wake up tomorrow to a brand new year. What are your goals for 2019?

 

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Gift Guide for Him

Gift Guide for Him

We are whistling through these gift guides and I am finishing up with the Gift Guide for Him!

All of these items are still available for delivery before Christmas, so even though we are leaving it a liiiiitttttlllle bit late (okay, a lot late). There’s still time for some last minute gifting! That is what Amazon Prime is for… right?

Whether he’s techy or traditional – or even a mix of the two. I’ve got some gorgeous gift ideas!

 

MY GIFT GUIDE FOR HIM

Gift Guide for Him - gorgeous Christmas gifts for the discerning man in your life

Decanter | Whisky | Turntable | Tom Ford Scent | Bose Sound Link Micro | DJi Osmo Pocket | Michael Kors Watch | Clinique Men’s Skincare Set | Leather Travel Toiletries Bag | Ipad Pro | The Art of Manliness | Aesop’s Post Poo Drops | CityMap Glass
Decanter –

A stylish way to display his favourite tipple, this glass decanter makes for a seriously classy gift.

Whisky –

One of my husband’s favourites, Ardberg is a peaty single malt which describes itself as spicy, sweet and smoky. This bottle of their 10-year old comes in a sleek presentation tin which makes it perfect for gifting. It can then go into that decanter we were talking about. Whisky not his thing? What about a bottle of Port instead?

Crossley Turntable –

A fun and nostalgic gift this 3-speed turntable plays 33, 45 and 78 rpm records as well as connecting via Bluetooth to your phone etc. USB enabled it can also convert your favourite vinyl to digital files.

Tom Ford Scent –

One of my favourites of the Tom Ford Private Blend Collection, the Tom Ford Oud Wood is universally declared one of the best scents for men. Woody, warm and spicy with notes of cardamom, rosewood sandalwood and amber one the majority of the reviews describe it as masculine and classy.

Bose Mini Speaker –

I’ve mentioned these little speakers before since I love the fact that they are water resistant and it makes them ideal for throwing in your bag when you’re headed to the beach. Great sound considering the size for the speaker and even better when you link 2 or more together.

DJI Osmo Pocket –

Brand new and seriously exciting for any camera and videography geeks the DJI Osmo Pocket is the fully gimbaled, light and portable latest camera from the technology wizards at DJI. With three-axis stabilization it effortlessly creates beautiful videos worthy of far more expensive pieces of kit.

Michael Kors Watch –

I’m a big fan of Michael Kors watches, I think because they marry great watch quality at a reasonable price point. I swear by them. (I think I have five… eek!) This classic black and brown model is no exception. A perfect stylish men’s watch which can be dressed up or down.

Clinique Men’s Skincare Set –

Featuring the Clinique Men’s Face Scrub, the Clinique Men’s Face Wash, the Clinique Men’s Moisturizing Lotion and the Clinique Men’s Anti-Age Eye Cream, this set is suitable for Normal – Dry Skin and perfect for the lad that likes to look after himself.

Leather Travel Toiletries Bag

The most stylish way to carry around those new skincare products and rugged enough to toss in his gym bag – the leather Dopp kit is a great gift. Handmade in a gorgeous chocolate leather with a removable (washable) insert with separate pockets and the facility to hang it up. This is a really classic way for your man to carry his toiletries and will last him for years.

iPad Pro –

A big splurge but a super thoughtful and useful gift, who wouldn’t love to find an iPad under their Christmas tree this year?!

The Art of Manliness –

A tongue-in-cheek stocking stuffer – this little tome includes all the classic skills and manners for the modern man. From survival skills to social skills and advice on how to improve your character. Each chapter contains practical information and inspiration for every area of life.

Aesop’s Post Poo Drops –

Is it a gift for him or a gift for you…? You decide. Either way it is an essential gift for the shared bathroom and the secret to cohabitation harmony.

Citymap Glass –

A really sweet memento, featuring 15 American cities (and even one for London, England), these beautiful etched glasses would be a lovely souvenir of a city that you visited or a place he grew up. Despite being very British (the both of us) I would think about getting the Manhattan one for the husband as a keepsake from our holiday in NYC.

Did any of these gifts provide gifting inspiration, or are you still stuck for ideas? You can find plenty more gifting inspo in all of this year’s gift guides. My gift guide for the travelling girl, my gift guide for the beauty addict, my gift guide for the foodie (suitable for guys and girls) and my gift guide for the stay at home girl.

There’s something for everyone and much of it is still available with free 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime!

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Leather Dopp Kit
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Clinique Men’s Skincare
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Michael Kors Watch
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DJi Osmo Pocket
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Bose Sound Link Micro
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Tom Ford Scent
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3-Speed USB Turntable
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Whisky
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Gift Guide for the Homebody

Gift Guide for the Homebody

I am continuing my mission to find the perfect Christmas gifts this season with my fourth round-up of the best Christmas gift ideas for 2018. This time we are shopping for the homebody, the stay at home girl. The friend that appreciates a good night in more than she loves a wild night out. The girl you’re more likely to find snuggled up than dressing up! The secret for her is to incorporate luxurious textures and fabrics and to invest in some beautiful and comfortable lounge wear options, or pieces for her home.

We have just enough time to squeeze in some more buying with 15 days until Christmas!!

GIFT GUIDE FOR THE HOMEBODY


Gift Guide for the Homebody - beautiful gift ideas for the stay at home girl

Silk Kimono | Silk Pillowcase | Seersucker Shorts | Jo Malone Christmas Tree Ornament | Reed Diffuser | Face Mask | Sweeter Cards Chocolate Bar | Bath Bomb | Velvet Hangers | Pom Blanket | Michael Kors Smart Watch | Nespresso Machine | Coffee Cups | Neom Scented Candle
Silk Kimono –

She likes to relax and be comfortable at home but there’s nothing to say that she can’t look good doing it. Lounge wear no longer means over-sized and unflattering, what about these gorgeous silk kimonos in soft pastel shades.

Seersucker Boxer Shorts –

These cute little ribboned boxer shorts would pair perfectly with a simple cami. They would also go really well with some snuggly socks, how about these or these?

Silk Pillowcase –

I’m going to keep featuring these in gift guides because I really believe that they are a great present. The kind of thing that she might not think to buy for herself, but very much appreciated when you introduce her to it. So comfortable and so much nicer on your skin and your hair. Once she tries it she won’t want to use anything else.

Reed Diffuser –

I love these reed diffusers so much and I think that they make a great gift, for Christmas or for a house-warming or even a simple hostess gift. They fill the room with just the right amount of fragrance and really last for weeks.

Jo Malone Ornament –

A little gift for her Christmas tree, these can be given ahead of Christmas. They look so pretty and then on Christmas Day can be opened to reveal the little Jo Malone treats inside.

Face Mask – 

Such a sweet little stocking stuffer for those nights in – if I’m staying home I love the opportunity for a bit of a pamper. These Tony Moly masks have long been a bit of a favourite. This set even comes with hand cream in a cute Christmas cracker shaped gift box.

Bath Bomb –

I’m such a fan of Lush products – cruelty free and organic ingredients make up their gorgeous face, skin, hair and body products. Christmas doesn’t feel like Christmas without some lovely bath treats – these festive bath bombs make an ideal stocking present. (Available on both the US and UK versions of the site.)

Sweeter Cards Chocolate –

Because those nights in with a face mask and comfy clothes are also calling out for a little sweet treat. I love the sound of the chocolate and sea salt caramel in these cute and seasonally themed chocolate bars.

Nespresso –

A little splurge present, it would be nice to treat her to something for the house, a little investment piece. I’m always so jealous when I go to my friend’s house for a coffee and she produces the perfect latte with her Nespresso. If your homebody doesn’t already have one, she’ll definitely appreciate being able to make great coffees in the comfort of her own home! This Nespresso machine by De’Longhi is the perfect fit for any kitchen and is a great all-in-one system with the milk frother included. It even made it onto Oprah’s Christmas List.

White and Gold coffee Cups –

To go with her beautiful white Nespresso machine, these chic and stylish gold and white coffee cups are the perfect match. They come in a chic box – perfect for gifting.

Pom Blanket –

Remember those luxurious textures we were talking about? What about this gorgeous blanket with faux fur poms. I have this exact throw and I pull it out every Christmas time. Nordstrom do them every year! It’s the softest and snuggliest blanket and I absolutely love it. I have a nasty habit of hogging it all to myself (sorry husband!). She will adore the super plush feel of the fabrics.

Velvet Hangers –

A bit of a random gift but so useful and surprisingly chic. I love these rose gold and pale pink velvet hangers for a practical yet stylish way to look after your clothes.

Michael Kors Smart Watch –

Smart watches have come a long way from the first square and androgynous styles. Michael Kors has produced a range of gorgeous smart watches and enables you to change up the face options so they suit any style. I’m a big fan of their regular watches so one of these is top of my list!

Neom Scented Candles –

Like the reed diffuser, I’m a big believer in scented candles which really help change up the feel of a room. Neom is famous for their luxurious candles with incredible relaxing scents like this Real Luxury candle.

 

If you didn’t already catch my other gift guides you might like to check out my gift guide for the travelling girl, my gift guide for the beauty addict and my gift guide for the foodie (suitable for guys and girls!) many of the items are available with Amazon Prime which will still guarantee they arrive in time for Christmas morning!

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Neom Scented Candle
Neom Scented Candle
Coffee Cup Set
Coffee Cup Set
De’Longhi Nespresso Machine
De’Longhi Nespresso Machine
Michael Kors Smart Watch
Michael Kors Smart Watch
Pom Blanket
Pom Blanket
Velvet Hangers
Velvet Hangers
Cheery Christmas Bath Bomb
Cheery Christmas Bath Bomb
Sweeter Cards Chocolate
Sweeter Cards Chocolate
Face Mask
Face Mask
Reed Diffuser
Reed Diffuser
Christmas Tree Ornament
Christmas Tree Ornament
Seersucker Shorts
Seersucker Shorts
Silk Pillowcase
Silk Pillowcase
Silk Kimono
Silk Kimono

 

 

 

 

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DIY Tropical Christmas Wreath

DIY Tropical Christmas Wreath

Feeling festive doesn’t always come that naturally in a tropical climate. You don’t get the drop in temperatures, the Starbucks PSLs, the snow falling, the Christmas jumpers and the roaring fires. But it’s still fun to get into the spirit and I’m lucky that I have some good girlfriends that I can call upon for Christmas movies (Love Actually, obvs), decorating and mulled wine as soon as we get into December. 

 

Every year I have a little tree that I decorate and I like to incorporate both traditional baubles etc, along with a nod to our tropical setting with a few that are a bit more beach-y. This year I decided to really push the boat out and I wanted to make a Christmas wreath. However, the usual pine cones and fir don’t really suit our decor or the island climate. I wanted to make a tropical Christmas wreath! There’s something about Christmas that brings out the crafty side of me (you can find one of my previous Christmas projects here.)

 

Read on to discover how I did it! 

 

I really wanted a wreath that I could update every year and re-use (or maybe just use all year round…), so I went with faux flowers and faux succulents. You could also use real flowers and foliage – but you will need to spritz with water daily to keep it fresh for as long as possible. 

 

Here are the items that I bought (makes 2-3 wreaths depending on desired fullness)

 

 

Optional Extras 
DIY Tropical Christmas Wreath - gorgeous faux succulents, palm leaves and orchids make up this stylish modern wreath. FAUX SUCCULENTS | FAUX PALM LEAVES | FAUX MONSTERA LEAVES | FAUX ORCHIDS | FAUX EUCALYPTUS GARLAND

 

DIY Tropical Christmas Wreath - gorgeous faux succulents, palm leaves and orchids make up this stylish modern wreath.

BRASS MACRAME RINGS | JOY SCRIPT WOODEN SIGN | GOLD SPRAY PAINT | CRAFT GLUE | FLORAL TAPE | RIBBON | WIRE CLIPPERS 

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gathering all the equipment together


Keep in mind that my DIY efforts are usually pretty basic. So I’m thinking that if I can do this – anyone can! This was literally my first attempt.

 

DIY Tropical Wreath 

 

Step 1 – 

Start with your largest pieces of greenery – for me this was my palm fronds and monstera leaves. I started at the outermost edges that I wanted to cover and worked my way in. I secured the wire stems with floral tape and with each stem that I added I covered up the tape from the one before it.

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids

Step 2 – 

Once I had my basic background foliage it was time to add in the smaller items, the eucalyptus and the succulents. I wanted my wreaths to be asymmetrical. Using yet more floral tape, I secured the succulents to the foliage and the ring. 

 A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids


Step 3 – 

Now time to add the flowers. I went for white orchids (since the green and white suited my decor) but hibiscus flowers, protea and birds of paradise would all lend themselves well to a tropical wreath and inject a bit of colour at the same time. It’s probably worth mentioning that the orchids that I used also came in purple, orange and purple/white.

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids

Step 4 – 

Finally I glued the ribbon to hang the wreath. I knotted the ribbon at the top of the wreath and secured it with some glue (since the weight of the wreath does not sit at the bottom and I didn’t want the brass hoop to slide round). I used a black and white striped ribbon as I love the combination of black, white, gold and green. (Note: the joy sign will be painted gold just as soon as my gold spray paint arrives… damn shipping!)

DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves, succulents and orchids make up this simple modern wreath

I made one big and detailed wreath using two rings and my joy sign. This was for our house. Then I made another slightly smaller wreath using the 12” brass ring as a gift for a friend. 

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids

A DIY Tropical Wreath for Christmas - gorgeous faux leaves and succulents with orchids


I easily could have made three wreaths of different sizes with all of the foliage I had. I might make a couple more as gifts with some additional rings, this would also help decrease the cost per wreath to make. 

 

Read more about my Island decor style here – and learn how to incorporate it into your home, no matter where you live. 

 

What do you think? Would you give wreath-making a try? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below! 

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Wire Clippers
Wire Clippers
Ribbon
Ribbon
Floral Tape
Floral Tape
Craft Glue
Craft Glue
Gold Spray Paint
Gold Spray Paint
Joy Script Sign
Joy Script Sign
Brass Macrame Rings
Brass Macrame Rings
Faux Eucalyptus Garland
Faux Eucalyptus Garland
Faux Orchids
Faux Orchids
Faux Monstera Leaves
Faux Monstera Leaves
Faux Palm Leaves
Faux Palm Leaves
Faux Succulents
Faux Succulents

 

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Gift Guide for the Foodie

Gift Guide for the Foodie

Sooooo, writing these gift guides has been incredibly bad for my bank balance… And I can’t seem to stop treating myself to all these little gifts… But, in the interests of research, I am selflessly continuing my quest! We still have 36 days before Christmas, so plenty of time to pick up some more little treats for the ones that you love.

Up now is my Gift Guide for the Foodie. You can catch my Travelling Girl and Beauty Addict Gift Guides here and here, if you missed them.

GIFT GUIDE FOR THE FOODIE

 

Gift Guide for the Foodie - Beautiful Christmas gift ideas for the foodie in your life!

HIBISCUS FLOWERS IN SYRUP | BURLEIGH PINK GIN | MANDOLIN | PESTLE AND MORTAR | COPPER MEASURING CUPS | AQUAPHORIC HERB PLANTER | WINE ADVENT CALENDAR | KNIFE SET WITH SELF-SHARPENING KNIFE BLOCK | PAELLA KIT | JAMAICAN BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE | RESTAURANT LOG BOOK | KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL | SEASONING SALTS | BODUM CAFETIERE | BODUM CANNISTER | TRY THE WORLD SUBSCRIPTION BOX

 

Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup –

I’ve featured these before in previous cocktail posts because I really love how much these little beauties can elevate a simple gin and tonic or glass of prosecco. They make a fantastic stocking stuffer (my mum first introduced them to me at Christmas last year) and deserve a spot on everyone’s bar cart!

Burleigh Pink Gin –

A limited edition bottling of Burleigh’s London Dry Gin, this beautiful pink bottle contains their classic recipe with the addition of hibiscus (perfectly pairs with those hibiscus flowers we were just talking about), Japanese cherry blossom, pink grapefruit and rose flowers. Snap up a bottle before they go – only 600 bottles were produced. (BVI Friends: Save yourself the shipping costs and pick up a bottle of BVI Gin! Sadly not yet available for international shipping)

Mandolin –

I have wanted a decent mandolin for the longest time. Make all those slicing and dicing chores effortless with this one from Oxo. But, for the love of your fingers, please don’t forget to invest in a protective glove.

Pestle and Mortar –

Can you even call yourself a ‘real’ foodie if you don’t own a pestle and mortar? Our wooden one gets a fair amount of use, but I would love a hefty stone number like this one from Chef Sofi. Great for grinding your own seasonings, classic curry pastes (Red Thai curry is a personal favourite) or whipping up creative marinades with garlic and fresh herbs.

Copper Measuring Cups –

If you know me then you’ll know that these feature on her because they are copper-coloured. But I refuse to apologize for it. Why can’t kitchen implements be pretty? This is a useful little stocking stuffer, as pretty as it is practical.

Herb Planter –

Despite the fact that I seem to have whatever the opposite of a ‘green thumb’ is (a ‘black thumb’ maybe? What a horrible thought…) I still love the idea of growing my own herbs to cook with. The ones that I use most frequently anyway – coriander (cilantro for my lovely American readers), mint, basil etc.

Could this aquaphoric hydroponic herb planter be the answer to my problems? It automatically waters my thirsty herbs and then lets me know when it is time to top up!

Wine Advent Calendar –

Like the beauty ones I suggested in my previous gift guide – you can treat your little foodie (or in this case your oenophile) to a present that keeps giving all the way through December. This Wine Advent Calendar features 24 wines, with a great variety of whites, reds, sparkling and rose options, and even a port. Just try not to drink them all at once! I also found this one (for my UK readers) if you fancied some cheese to go with your wine…

Set of knives with Sharpening Knife block –

Every gift guide features one splurge item and this is it for the foodie. Relatively inexpensive as kitchen knives go – this 15-piece set of knives is a key addition to any home chef’s collection. Enhanced by the self-sharpening knife block, your passionate chef will never struggle with dull blades again.

Paella Kit –

Featuring only products made in Spain, this Paella kit which includes both the pan and a paella cookbook is a sweet gift for anyone keen on the Spanish classic. Beautifully packaged in a custom gift box it is sure to be appreciated by your lucky foodie recipient.

Blue Mountain Coffee –

Arguably some of the best coffee in the world. Renowned for being smooth and full-bodied while remarkably free of bitterness. The Foodie in your life will thank you for these beans when it comes time to caffeinate in the morning! Why not further enhance this present with this gorgeous copper cafetière from Bodum and the matching storage canister to keep these premium beans from going stale.

Restaurant Log Book –

Like many foodies, one of my favourite past times is eating out. I love trying new restaurants, food trucks, pop-ups, food events etc. Finally someone has created the perfect journal for recording all these culinary adventures. A place to make notes, keep business cards, rate your experience, favourite dishes etc.

Kitchen Confidential, Anthony Bourdain –

The foodie and travel worlds mourned together the loss of Anthony Bourdain earlier this year. Keep those flames of inspiration ignited with one of his best-selling classics, now recently updated; ‘Kitchen Confidential’. Spilling secrets with wild-but-true tales of his life and experiences in  the culinary world.

Seasoning salts –

Up their seasoning game with these seriously fancy finishing salts. Six luxurious flavours including saffron salt and truffle salt take every dish to the next level. I like to use the porcini mushroom salt on my risotto and the truffle salt on my popcorn, but the possibilities are endless.

Try the World Subscription Box –

I think I’ve left the best until last. If your foodie is anything like me, chances are one of his/her favourite things to do is sample new and exciting tastes and flavours and this is exactly what Try the World offers. From $19 per month for their Snack Box subscription or $39 per month for the Countries subscription. Immerse yourself in the culture and flavours of a different country every month and try a selection of products hand-picked by chefs from that region.

 

I really hope that you found some suggestions on here that you think your foodie friend will love! Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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Try the World Subscription Box
Try the World Subscription Box
Copper Canister
Copper Canister
Copper Cafetiere
Copper Cafetiere
Seasoning Salts
Seasoning Salts
Kitchen Confidential – Anthony Bourdain
Kitchen Confidential – Anthony Bourdain
Restaurant Log Book
Restaurant Log Book
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee
Paella Kit
Paella Kit
Knife Set
Knife Set
Wine Advent Calendar
Wine Advent Calendar
Aquaphoric Herb Planter
Aquaphoric Herb Planter
Copper Measuring Cups
Copper Measuring Cups
Pestle and Mortar
Pestle and Mortar
Mandolin
Mandolin
Burleigh Pink Gin
Burleigh Pink Gin
Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup
Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup
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