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Bad Medicine, Good Dr. Sex Fairy, Max & Benji

Updated: Feb 12


Photo Credit: Cntraveler.com


The Cocktail of the Week is Bad Medicine in honor of Episode 36: Bad Medicine

This recipe is courtesy of The TulleeHo Wine & Spirits academy in Dr. Sex Fairy’s hometown, New Delhi, India.


Recipe:

1.52 fl oz White Rum

1.52 fl oz Campari

Top with 7 Up - we prefer diet!

Top with Soda


In a chilled Collins glass add the Campari and white rum over cubes of ice and stir. Top with equal quantities of 7up and Soda. Garnish with half a slice of orange and Mint leaves.

Garnish

Half a slice of orange and Mint leaves

Lemon Rind


Bougie Bible Selects



Tiffany is totally obsessed with with this brand from Enniskerry, Ireland. Dodieci diffuser is T, fav!

Max Benjamin was created 12 years ago from founder, Orla’s love of candle making, discovered on a summer spent in America during college. She brought this love home to the Wicklow mountains and merged it with her love for the outdoors and her family lifestyle, naming Max Benjamin after her twin boys Max and Benjamin


Max Benjamin, is run by brothers Mark and David Van den Bergh in their studio in Enniskerry, County Wicklow. Named after their nephews, Max and Ben, the company began producing hand poured, natural candles in the early '90s. The company offers luxury fragranced candles, diffusers and car fragrance with natural ingredients.


They use natural soy wax in our candles as it is more environmentally friendly and produces a cleaner burn than paraffin wax. Their wicks are made from lead free Italian cotton and our wooden diffuser reeds are sustainably sourced. Their hand soaps are triple milled with olive and coconut oil and are palm free with 97% natural ingredients. Their organic liquid hand soap and essential oils are all 100% natural vegan and cruelty free, as with all of our products. Join their mailing list for 10% off. They ship international or if you’re in the US, the products can be purchased on Ebay with minimal shipping costs. Check them out at https://maxbenjamin.com





Mia's select this week is evening primrose oil l which is derived from a plant native to North and South America. According to webmed.com, it also grows throughout Europe and parts of Asia. It has yellow flowers which open at sunset and close during the day. The oil from the seeds of evening primrose is most often used to make medicine. How does it work? Evening primrose oil contains “fatty acids.” Some women with breast pain might not have high enough levels of certain ”fatty acids.” Fatty acids also seem to help decrease inflammation related to conditions such as arthritis and eczema.



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