The longest day of the year has come and gone. Usually this milestone marks the start of British summer and the Festival season.
Every country has a version of gluhwein and within every country there are good and bad recipes. Avoid concoctions of cheap red wine, cinnamon and sugar.
Après ski is a French expression that literally translates as ‘after skiing’ and traditionally meant a few drinks at the end of the ski day.
You may not be from Arlen, Texas nor sell propane but in a ski resort you can be ‘king of the hill’. Claim the title for whatever skiing great you perform.
Don’t use a pole as a light-sabre, but feel the force when skiing. This May the Piste T-shirt is ideal for casual evenings in a ski resort.
Who could resist this first tracks one-piece baby grow to start the ski T-shirt wardrobe of every budding skier making their first trip to a ski resort?
The slogans on these ski T-shirts, ‘And if you’ve trusted skis this far, don’t panic now. Trust them all the way.’ and ‘When you have powder, people will always try to take it from you, always.’ reference quotes from If Beale Street Could Talk and Vice.
I’ve already covered the advice the Government give before you go on your ski holiday. Now we look at what happens when you get there.
Never try skiing after drinking jagertee. A mix of rum, brandy, wine, tea and spices warms you to your toes. Jagertee is a favourite for après ski.
This T-shirt is perfect for hanging out. ‘Well, folks, things have a way of escalating out here in the Back-Country.’ references The Ballad of Buster Suggs