After almost a decade of being hosted in one of India’s most loved holiday destinations, Goa, the year 2016 saw it being held in the quaint yet lively city of Pune! Music lovers from all over came together at the 30 acres of space at Sunburn Hills located in Kesnand. The event was organised for four days from 28th Dec to 31st Dec 2016, giving music-lovers a chance to spend new years eve amid their favourite bands and music. Not to deny that being its first time in Pune, the event did see a lot of mismanagement. The crowd struggled to trek up to the hill and dodge the long queues to get hold of their bands. However, performances by some great artists managed to make up for the crowd’s discontent.
For most people, food is the best thing in the world. For a lot of others, beer is better than food. Or rather, beer IS their food! They’d even change the tongue-twister, ‘Betty bought some butter’ to ‘Betty bought some beer’. Or she bought both and made butter beer? And got an Express Entry into Hogwarts Gryffindor team! Okay, Non-Potter fans, don’t leave, we’ll stop.
There are all types of drinkers. There are those who enjoy their whiskey on the rocks and then there are those who live life perpetually looking forward to that first sip of chilled beer after a hard day’s work. There are wine drinkers and then there are the Old Monk lovers, a hefty bunch of them! While alcohol can be enjoyed in all forms and its purpose could be either unwinding or celebration, what is important is that the drinker must be able to enjoy his drink. And one of best forms in which drinks can be enjoyed is in the form of cocktails!
Ever wondered how the best part of your pizza slice, the cheese, is actually made? Apart from the fact that milk is the major ingredient in it, none of us have ever delved into the actual nitty-gritty of its production. My ears popped up when I heard of a cheese factory tour being organized by the popular cheese brand, GoCheese, and I decided to go check it out! The event was organized in association with Femina and I have to admit that it was quite an experience!