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3 site designs that will make you drink more tea

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Jordan Simpson, Caroline Murphy and Alex Pate Tea. It’s hard to imagine life without a cup of the walm-and-calming, particularly if you hail from an island in the North Atlantic, just off the north-west coast of continental Europe. There, it’s cold and it rains a lot.

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[Freebie] FoodShift Icon Set: 100 Free Food & Drink Icons

Icons are very important when creating a website layout. You can instantly change the mood of visitors by creating a good user experience using attractive icons. Effective use of icons can easily help bridge connection between the user and the website.

[Freebie] FoodShift Icon Set: 100 Free Food & Drink Icons

Being a successful creative web artist has a lot to do with the way you work. Sure, you can’t teach good design in some lessons or you can’t create icons for your daily needs, but it never hurts to pick a few free icons which are always available free to grub.

To continue our grateful attitude to our readers and community in general, we are glad to release yet another high quality food icon set – “FoodShift” designed exclusively for iShift readers by our friends at, a search engine for graphic and web designers, with thousand of vectors, images, psds and icons.

About FoodShift Icon Set

FoodShift, as the name implies, is a Food & Drink related icon set. This set contains 100 icons, in 3 sizes (64px, 128px, and 256px) and come in AI, EPS, SVG & PNG formats. Download now and enjoy! It’s awesome!

All icons are free and you can download and use them for your individual or commercial projects. However, you should not host the downloaded source files on your server and redistribute them as your own either in part or whole. If you want to share the icons, you can link back to this article page or location of this article.

Download The Icons for Free!

By downloading this Icon set, it is vital that you understood the following terms and conditions:

  • You can use this set on as many domain names as you wish. You may use them for your clients’ projects/websites. Number of projects is not limited.
  • You may not claim intellectual and exclusive ownership to any of the icons. Also you may not sub-license the original icon set and their individual files to and with anyone else, unless a specific license within the icons set states otherwise.
  • You may modify them. However, you may not modify and then resell
  • Do not provide the direct download link nor upload “FoodShift” icon set onto other servers for your own share (Please link to this article instead). If you want to share the icons, you can link back to this article page or location of this article.

The pack is released under a Creative Commons license and you can use it in commercial and private projects.

FoodShift - Free Food & Drink Icon Set


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Word of Mouth: Food and Drink, Carnaby: From BBQ to six-course tasting menus, the best of the newly transformed London neighborhood

Word of Mouth: Food and Drink, Carnaby

by Adam Coghlan

London is known as a city of many villages and neighborhoods, each with their own personalities and peculiarities. Once the epicenter of London’s “Swinging ’60s,” until now Carnaby’s spotlight heralded a fairly beige gentrification……

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Sempli + Joseph Ribic Bottle Openers: Product designer Daniele Semeraro taps fellow Accademia Italiana alum to collaborate on these minimal, stylish drink accessories

Sempli + Joseph Ribic Bottle Openers

Best known for its stemless, virtually floating Cupa glass series, LA-based design house Sempli has devoted itself to creating products that combine simplistic…

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Word of Mouth: Tokyo Street Food + Drink: From yakitori skewers to palm-sized oysters, food on the go in this vibrant city

Word of Mouth: Tokyo Street Food + Drink

by Jennifer Miller Unlike Southeast Asian countries, Japan isn’t known for its street food. Munching on the sidewalk is generally considered impolite—a fact that is tacitly reinforced by the lack of public trash cans. (Somehow, Japanese cities manage to be spotless, regardless of the fact that it’s almost impossible to…

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Khi-Khi Milk Co. Vietnamese Cold Press Coffee: A bottled version of the classic sweet drink, made with care in Charleston, SC

Khi-Khi Milk Co. Vietnamese Cold Press Coffee

South Carolina is well-known for its incredible southern cuisine, accompanied by sweet tea—and Michael Claisse is hoping to add some more exotic options to that drinks list. A line cook in his native Charleston since he was 14, Claisse branched out and founded…

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Left Field Cider Co.: A family of brewers blending local BC apples with French and English varieties for a minimally sweet alcoholic drink

Left Field Cider Co.

While roughly half of the world’s cider is still made in the UK, it turns out that the apples in British Columbia can yield a pretty kick-ass artisanal cider too. The young Left Field Cider Co.,…

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Casa Fat Radish, Rio de Janeiro: NYC’s The Fat Radish restaurant and Absolut Elyx support social reform through local food and drink

Casa Fat Radish, Rio de Janeiro

Any monumental event—from annual art fairs to sports tournaments—is now a major playground for companies to leave their mark on a captive audience. The branded hoopla oftentimes feels awkward, but when lured by free swag and booze, it’s rarely questioned. So when the…

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Word of Mouth Florence: Food + Drink: A quick guide to some of the time-honored specialists making the Tuscan capital a must-visit culinary destination

Word of Mouth Florence: Food + Drink

There’s no shortage of tips for Italy’s wildly popular Tuscan capital, but with so many tourist offerings pumping through the historic town of Florence, it’s easy to end up eating a subpar pizza near the steps of the illustrious Duomo. Venturing into any trattoria in the Santo Spirito neighborhood on…

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Under the microscope, your drink is a colorful piece of abstract art

It seems Mother Nature knows a bit about abstract art — you just have to look very closely at your next drink to see it. When viewed under a microscope, crystallized slides of alcoholic beverages lit with polarized light produce fantastical compositions that are bursting with color. Thankfully, research scientist Michael Davidson has collected images of some of this Kaleidoscopic “art,” and the variety of images across hard liquors, beers, and wines is simply astounding. Many of the patterns…

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