Der Mount Gay Extra Old Barbados Rum verspricht ein exquisites Trinkvergnügen mit Destillaten, die 8 bis 15 Jahre reifen durften. Die perfekt ausbalancierten Aromen von reifer Banane, frischem Gebäck, warmer Vanille und Toast vereinigen sich zu einer unvergleichlichen Kreation. Im Geschmack vollmundig und holzig definiert, spürt man eine deutliche Reife, die sich nur durch die Vermählung älterer Fässer mit traditionell gebrannten „Double Copper-Pot“-Destillaten erreichen lässt. Die Bewohner der Insel leisten mit Mount Gay Rum seit 1703 großartige Handwerkskunst. Er trägt den Spitznamen „Kill-Devil“ und ist bis heute zentraler Teil der Inselgeschichte. Das Getränk soll sowohl den Teufel davonjagen, als auch gute Stimmung verbreiten. Damit sorgt Mount Gay mit paradiesischen Geschmack für Karibik-Träume in jeder Lebenslage.
Eine exklusive Balance und vollmundige Reifearomen sind im Mount Gay Extra Old Barbados Rum vereint. Mit dem Geschmack von reifer Banane, Vanille, Toast, warmen Gewürzen und frischem Gebäck auf der Zunge lässt sich von karibischen Stränden träumen. Die komplexe Tiefe und holzige Definition kann nur durch viele Jahre der Holzfass-Reifung entstehen. Auch der fabelhaft samtige Nachklang und ein runder Körper sind der Vermählung von älteren Fässern, die vor allem mit traditionell gebrannten „Double Copper-Pot“-Destillaten gefüllt sind, zu verdanken. Seit 1703 schafft es Mount Gay, diese prächtige Insel-Atmosphäre in seinem Rum einzufangen. Auf Barbados ist mit dem hohen Melasseüberschuss aus der Zuckerproduktion ein meisterhafter Werdegang für die Rumherstellung eingetreten. Diese lange Entstehungsgeschichte des Barbados Rum lässt eine erstklassige Handwerkskunst erblühen, die sich im anmutigen Geschmack des Mount Gay XO entdecken lässt.
This pamphlet profiles Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend mayor who might become America's first gay President. Buttigieg is a Harvard graduate, Rhodes Scholar, and former McKinsey consultant. He is also a member of the Navy reserve who has served in Afghanistan. Find out how his career has developed and how he came to be a presidential candidate. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Derek Dysart. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/149893/bk_acx0_149893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Best friends snowed in together. When the heat rises, will they get cold feet? Getting snowed in at a remote cottage in Wales with someone he'd fancied for ages isn't exactly how Sam expected to spend Christmas. His feelings for Ryan are pointless. Ryan's straight - or so he thought. Until now, Ryan's kept his feelings for Sam buried. Why ruin a friendship over what might only be gay experimentation? Playing it cool seems safer, until a cold snap makes sharing body heat vital. In their Welsh safe haven, anything seems possible. As Ryan's reserve melts away, Sam wants more than stolen kisses under the mistletoe. But a sudden thaw means making decisions. They could face the New Year together - unless one of them gets cold feet. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matthew Lloyd Davies. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044877/bk_acx0_044877_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gothic romance with a twist. Elements of The Sound of Music, The Enchanted Garden, Jane Eyre, and "true" ghost hunting shows make this story feel familiar. Gay love makes it unique. Seeing an ad for a position at a Yorkshire estate, typesetter Graham Cowrie decides to make an upward career move by passing himself off as a tutor. How hard can it be to teach a few subjects to a pair of nine-year-old boys? But on his arrival at the ancient house, he finds the staff creepy, the twins odd, and the widowed master temporarily absent. His first meeting with brooding, stern, but oh-so-attractive Sir Richard doesn't go well, but with no other prospects vying for the teaching position, Graham manages to keep it. His mission soon becomes clear: break down the walls of reserve both father and sons have erected, and attempt to bridge the gap between them. But strange sounds, sights, and experiences keep Graham on edge until he finally admits the Hall is haunted by two entities with very different agendas. Graham works to appease one and combat the other, while protecting the broken family he's grown to care for. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ruri Carter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028715/bk_adbl_028715_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Dr. Howard Brown (April 15, 1924 February 1, 1975), a founder of the National Gay Task Force (now the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force) and a former New York City Health Services Administrator, helped change the image of gay men and lesbians in the United States by coming out publicly in 1973. Born in Peoria, Illinois, on April 15, 1924, to a civil engineer, Howard Junior Brown spent his childhood in several small towns in Ohio. At the age of eighteen, he realized that he was gay when he became attracted to another student at Hiram College in Ohio. Frightened, he sought psychiatric assistance from the head of the psychiatry department at Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland and was reassured that he could not possibly be gay because "homosexuals don't become doctors, they become hairdressers." Drafted into the Army during World War II, Brown served as a medical corpsman before being discharged in 1944. He earned a medical degree from Western Reserve in 1948 but believed that he would always be a second-rate physician because of the common psychiatric teaching that homosexuals were inherently impaired.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. John Yang (born February 10, 1958) is an American Peabody Award-winning television news correspondent, commentator, and journalist. He currently works for NBC as a correspondent and commentator, covering issues for all NBC News programming, including NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Today, and MSNBC. In the past, he has also worked for ABC News as a correspondent. Yang was born on February 10, 1958, in Chillicothe, Ohio. He attended high school at Western Reserve Academy, a private, coeducational boarding school in Hudson, Ohio, graduating in 1975. He went to college at Wesleyan University, where he graduated cum laude in 1980. Yang is one of only a few openly gay national television correspondents.