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Valentine’s Day is less than one week away. While the past year saw most of us spending more time than we would like apart, this year you might just be able to spend some alone time with your beloved.
Life is not a bed of roses, and given how the past year went, don’t we know that! Lighten up by giving your special someone a limited-edition Hendrick’s Bloom Box, featuring a 700ml bottle of Hendrick’s Gin encased in a box of preserved blooms.
Most couples may be dining in this Valentine’s Day. Amp up the occasion with a flirty pairing of candles and cocktails for your intimate candlelight dinner at home. Purchase a 700ml bottle of Hendrick’s Gin from participating outlets to receive a handcrafted cucumber and rose candle in an intricate Hendrick’s teacup.
Setting the mood has never been this easy, mix up with two rose-themed Hendrick’s Gin libations – Kissed by a Rose and Rose Tinted Glasses, cook or order in some takeout and bask in the scent of cucumber and rose – there, that’s your romantic night in covered!
For those with a flair for humour, Hendrick’s has the most peculiar ‘Cu-lossal’. Put on your Mad Hatter hat and complete a poem on the Hendrick’s Gin Facebook page to win the one-of-a-kind bouquet crate complete with 50 of the finest cucumbers, blooming roses and a bottle of gin delivered to your loved one on February 14.
Look-out for the contest post and submit your poem via a comment on the post. Contest ends Feb 10 at 23.59pm so make that last minute cut!
Hendrick’s, much like love, is the combination of two unique ingredients – rose and cucumber – that are curiously delightful apart but unusually delectable together. The unique taste of Hendrick’s simply would not be if not for the infusion of this peculiar and perfectly whimsical pairing.
Charmaine Thio, South-Eeast Asia Brand Ambassador for Hendrick’s Gin, quips: “The infusion of rose and cucumber in Hendrick’s Gin makes for a concoction that is undeniably peculiar and utterly delicious. With the season of love upon us, what better way to celebrate love and delightful pairings than with delicious tipples and gifts that are everlasting? This Valentine’s Day, we hope gin lovers will indulge in the many ways we are helping them celebrate differently this year.”
For more deets, visit www.hendricksgin.com
Hendrick’s Valentine’s Day Cocktail Recipes
KISSED BY A ROSE
- 1 part (45ml) Hendrick’s Gin
- 20ml jasmine tea syrup (Steep 40g jasmine tea leaves in 1L boiling water, strain and add white sugar to taste. Mix until incorporated)
- 15ml lemon juice
- 3 dashes of rosewater
- 8 pcs of fresh mint sprigs
- 3 slices of fresh cucumber
- Combine all ingredients into a shaker. Add ice, shake and strain and pour into a coupe glass
- Garnish with cucumber slices and mint sprigs
ROSE TINTED GLASSES
- 1 part (45ml) Hendrick’s Gin
- 30ml grapefruit juice
- 15ml rose syrup
- 10ml lemon juice
- 45 ml soda water/sparkling rose wine
- 3 slices of fresh cucumber
- 1 grapefruit peel
- Combine all ingredients in a highball glass. Add ice and stir until combined
- Garnish with cucumber slices and grapefruit peel
From press release
Since we can’t meet up and have our traditional Yum Seng and Lo Sang get-togethers due to the pandemic, Tiger brings the ‘Ong’ to the media and trade partners instead, with an innovative Augmented Reality (AR) twist. The Tiger ONG Box contains everything guests would …
This year has surely been a strange year for all of us. I’ve attended zoom meetings, conducted zoom interviews and now, a virtual luncheon.
No. 1 son asked whether I actually got to taste the food or was it just a “see food” affair since it was all virtual. Fortunately, the special menu using Norwegian Salmon and Fjord Trout, was delivered to my home, and while the luncheon didn’t have the same excitement of a live event, the delicious food made up for it.
Lunch was prepared by chefs Jordash DeCruz, sous chef at Curious Kitchen in Kuala Lumpur and Steve, founder of Two Chefs Lab, a Japanese restaurant.
During the event, Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) Regional Director Asbjorn Warvik Rortveit bade a warm welcome to the media and shared an overview of the Norwegian seafood performance and Seafood Consumer Insights. Norwegian Ambassador to Malaysia Gunn Jorid Roset was also present virtually at the event.
Lars Fredrik Martinussen, Head of Communications from Nordlaks Group, also shared about sustainable aquaculture, all the way from Norway. Nordlaks is a family-owned aquaculture company located in the north of Norway, which is currently working to realise ambitious plans for a sustainable development of both the company and the aquaculture industry.
Phyllis Teh, co-founder of online store Art of Salmó which specialises in delivering Norwegian fjord trout with its special seasoning sachet, spoke on how the company adapted to consumer needs during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Many markets in this region are reporting an increased demand for processed and pre-packed seafoods, as well as products with longer sell-by dates. The Norwegian seafood industry is adapting to these shifts in buyer preference and is turning its production to meet these needs. Consumer trends may have evolved during this time, but the Norwegian seafood industry has its finger on the pulse on what consumers want.
Top in sustainable food ranking
The NSC takes pride in the fact that Norwegian salmon has captured the top spot in global sustainable food ranking for two years running. Three Norwegian seafood companies are ranked among the top 10 of the list of the world’s most sustainable protein producers in the Coller FAIRR Protein Index.
The Index looks at how the world’s 60 largest publicly listed companies producing meat, dairy and seafood perform on various risk factors relating to sustainability. The risk factors include greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, use of antibiotics and labour conditions. No other animal farming uses less antibiotics than Norwegian aquaculture.
In 2019, Norwegian salmon farms have near eliminated the use of antibiotics. “Eating more seafood is a good way to reduce our climate emissions, and Norwegian salmon companies are leading the way in sustainable protein production,” says Renate Larsen, CEO of the NSC.
Norwegian Seafood Council
The Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) is owned by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. The Norwegian seafood industry finances its activities through fees levied on all exports of Norwegian seafood. Headquartered in Tromsø, NSC has presence in major markets around the world aiming to increase the value of Norwegian seafood resources.
NSC oversees the administration and use of the trademark “Seafood from Norway”, a joint value for the Norwegian seafood industry. Together with the industry, NSC aims to increase the demand for and consumption of seafood from Norway. For more information, visit https://en.seafood.no/
From press release
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Tiger is synonymous with hosting street food festivals, complete with games and activities, live performances, great selection of street food and, of course, Tiger Beer.
This year, Tiger is taking the street food festival experience to the next level: from the streets, and onto your screens.
The Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival launches at 11am on Friday, Nov 6, and will be open from 11am to 9pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until the end of the month.
The world’s first fully-immersive and engaging online experience, users will be able to walk the 3D streets in their own customised avatar, interact with others, play games and visit vendors, before ordering street food directly to their door through DeliverEat, the official delivery partner of the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival.
After customising a 3D avatar to represent themselves in the virtual world, hit Street Food Central where you can interact with other festival-goers, play games to win rewards, get recommendations on must-try dishes, and find exclusive Happy Hour promotions from Drinkies – Heineken Malaysia Berhad’s at-home beer delivery service.
There are two games to play, with both hosted by familiar faces – YouTuber Lizz Chloe (better known online as Dumpling Soda) and Harvinth Skin. They’ll need your help to complete different challenges, and will reward you with promo codes and even free cartons of Tiger Crystal!
Each week, KL Foodie will show you a selection of 10 must-try dishes available at the Tiger Street Food Festival. Some are crowd favourites and some are hidden gems, while others are limited-editions created exclusively for the festival. Street Food Central also plays host to the Drinkies Bar. Stopping by between 3pm and 5pm will unlock an additional ‘Happy Hour’ promotion, earning you an RM30 discount on purchases of Tiger Beer or Tiger Crystal above RM150.
The Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival kicks off in style at 7pm on Nov 6 with an exclusive live performance by Malaysian hip-hop artist and long-time friend of Tiger Beer, Namewee, beaming in all the way from Taiwan and only available for viewing within the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival Lumpur.
There’s Kuala Street, Selangor Street, and Penang Street, each filled with a changing array of 88 vendors based in these localities, serving up menus created especially for the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival. As long as you are within a 15km radius of the vendor, you’ll be able to order these tasty grub to your doorstep while exploring the festival.
The Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival is free, no need to download anything to join the fun, the entire festival experience runs within the browser on your smartphone or laptop.
The Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival is strictly for non-Muslims aged 21 and above only.
To register for the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival, sign up at www.tigerstreetfood.my/register. The first 10,000 people to register will earn a free 320ml can of Tiger Crystal, redeemable with any purchase from a vendor at the festival.
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