Urban Alchemy

by bronxelf

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These are random moments in the life of an indecent designer and the city she loves.

To read my grudging babblings about design, click the button.

And can we really measure
If we think we're any better
than that skyline that goes on and on
forever, on and on...."

- Less Than Jake: Is This Thing On?

Everybody in this world wants the same damned thing-
just not at the same time.

-Chris Orbach: Jane

I could be condemned to hell for every sin but littering."

- Soul Coughing: Idiot Kings

I am a female, carbon based lifeform.
I am a New York City Native.
I am a Design Professional.
I take photographs.
I also sculpt, paint, create mosaics, and play with weapons.

And sometimes, I even dance about Architecture.

What I see, is what you get.

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Uh guys? chocolate vodka? Hello?

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6th Jun 2005, 15:46   | tags:,,

seaneeboy says:

Well, if *you* don't want it, I'll have it ;)

6th Jun 2005, 16:00

sallypnut says:

What could be bad? I'll take two, thanks. ;)

And speaking of weird booze, I'm anxious to try the new Voyant Chai Cream liqueur. My friend described it as a cross between Bailey's and pumpking pie. Holy crap.

p.s. Flying to NY tonight. *waves at bronxelf

6th Jun 2005, 16:03

Helen says:

I'll take the chocolate.

6th Jun 2005, 16:03

seaneeboy says:

... and I'll take the vodka :)

6th Jun 2005, 16:10

Helen says:


6th Jun 2005, 16:11

seaneeboy says:

We're such vultures...

6th Jun 2005, 16:12

Helen says:

Who wants the blue hen then?

6th Jun 2005, 16:12

seaneeboy says:

Depends if it lays blue eggs :D

6th Jun 2005, 16:13

Helen says:

Could be money in that...

6th Jun 2005, 16:14

bronxelf, on boingo says:

waaaah... I'm not *in* NY right now...

6th Jun 2005, 16:49

ladislav says:

I've had chocolate schnapps (nice for the first shot or two), some stuff called Mozart chocolate liqueur (ditto) and Young's Chocolate Stout (like Guinness, but with chocolate. Great stuff). Chocolate vodka could be interesting, but I bet they've made it too sweet and not alcoholic enough (I can't read the ABV in this shot).

6th Jun 2005, 16:50

bronxelf, on boingo says:

I can check the alcohol content... stand by...

6th Jun 2005, 17:03

bronxelf, on boingo says:

40 percent by volume.

6th Jun 2005, 17:10

AnguisetteOwner says:

So... Is this how you plan on making being away from your beloved city bearable?

6th Jun 2005, 18:09

sfw says:

A friend brought it back from the beach for me. I haven't tried it yet. I used to like a Russian chocolate vodka, but can't get that any more. And the Van Gogh chocolate vodka tastes like coffee rather than chocolate to me.

It's made by a brewpub/small batch distiller in Rehobeth.


6th Jun 2005, 18:13

befny says:


I am linking this for Rocket.

just... fabulous.

6th Jun 2005, 18:19

kikuchan says:

Glarghllll. Chocolate AND vodka - both needs satisfied AT THE SAME TIME!

6th Jun 2005, 18:26

bronxelf, on boingo says:

I'm thinkin I need to lay in a supply.... you know, for plotblogging bribes.

6th Jun 2005, 18:54

autumncat says:

Ooh, now the Voyant Chai Cream sounds right up my alley.

Pumpkin...yummm. Must look that up.

6th Jun 2005, 20:06

Lyzardly says:

Voyant Chai Cream is pretty good, when I want a sweet drink. I especially like it heated up, with a bit of milk. Mmmm...

6th Jun 2005, 20:08

daz says:

If it's anything like cream vodka, I'll gladly pass... *gag*

6th Jun 2005, 22:26

Geodyne says:

We need a report back from you guys as to whatit tastes like...I'm intrigued!

7th Jun 2005, 02:59

wildpair(wildpair7-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

Voyant tastes just like Chai Latte - like someone said on the net - like pumpkin pie in a glass - my wife loves it! She had it in Seattle at The Hunt Club - they made an after dinner drink called Chocolate Charlies - Chocolate Syrup, Warm Milk & Voyant Chai Liqueur - really good! Also, someone told me it will be available in the UK within a month.

8th Jun 2005, 05:33