6 Amazing & Unique Coffee Formulas from Around the World #Infographic #Coffee

Coffee made from cat poop or how about coffee with cheese?! Coffee is enjoyed all over the world in many different ways. In this infographic, we bring you six amazing and unique coffee formulas.

South Africa brings you coffee in a chocolate coated waffle cone finished with delicious milk foam.

Indonesia is famous for its coffee made from coffee beans collected from the poop of the palm civet.

Brewed originally in the United States of America, iced coffee is infused with nitrogen gas to give it a fantastic smooth and silky texture.

A little coffee shop in China made a big splash with their unique cup of coffee ‘Sweet Little Rain’. Suspended above the coffee is a cloud of cotton candy that slowly melts into the creamy cup of Americano coffee.

Coffee with cheese is a Swedish classic and it is often accompanied by cloudberry jam.

And finally, Canada brings you maple bacon coffee. What a tasty combination!

As you can see, there are many options, but however you prepare your next coffee, be sure to enjoy it!

An infographic by Wired Cofee Guide.

6 Wonderful Turmeric Face Packs For Different Skin Types #Infographic #Turmeric

Turmeric has been a part of Indian culture since time immemorial. Whether it is used in the food we eat or as a beauty product, it provides us with innumerable benefits. We know that turmeric has a wonderful antiseptic property which protects our body and keeps all the organs intact. We can apply it on face and body in the form of face packs or face masks, which make the skin brighter, clearer, and flawless.

In this infographic, we have listed top 6 Turmeric Face Packs preparation with easy to find ingredients and their application for different skin types (dry, oily, sensitive, dull, glowing or acne prone skin).

To know more about how to prepare and apply the above turmeric face packs, read the post “Turmeric face packs for different skin types” from StyleCraze.

An infographic by StyleCraze.

Guide to Lock Picking #Infographic #Lockpicking

At one point or another, we have all stared at a lock and thought to ourselves, “I wish I could open this.” Whether it be a lost or broken key, locking yourself out of your home, or simply impressing your friends by unlocking an ordinary padlock, lock picking is a skill-set that we all wish we could have, but fear is too complicated or time-consuming to learn. But truth be told, lock picking is an extremely simple skill to acquire and implement as the average lock can be picked quite easily with little knowledge of how they actually work.

This visual guide was designed to extract only the essential components of picking a lock that any novice can easily mimic. While there is of course much more to the skill of lock picking than these 7 simple steps, this guide is enough to help anyone find success in picking their first lock.

An infographic by Art of Lockpicking.

How to choose a bike lock #Infographic #Cycling

Choosing a bike lock is difficult. There are loads to pick from. And the wrong decision can have disastrous consequences! But fear not! This infographic is designed to guide you through 3 simple steps that will ensure you choose the right lock for both you and your bike.

So in Step 1 you’ll work out what level of protection you need and learn how to judge the security level of a lock.

In Step 2 you’ll discover the four most popular types of bike lock and how each offers a different balance of affordability, practicality and security. The most important point here is that while cable locks are very affordable and practical, they offer almost no security. Do NOT buy a cable lock!

And then in Step 3 you’ll learn that different brands offer different degrees of value for money, build quality and customer service.

For more detailed information on this process and in-depth reviews of individual bike locks and brands check The Best Bike Lock.

An infographic by The Best Bike Lock.

How A24 Films Brilliantly Marketed ‘The Witch’ #Infographic #TheWitch

In February 2016 A24 Films brought the indie supernatural horror movie ‘The Witch’ to theaters. It was a difficult sell to mainstream audiences due to its odd premise. The film which was budgeted at around $3 million USD earned over $25 million after 6 weeks at the North American box office.

We decided to take a look at the timeline of A24’s brilliantly executed social media strategy. We broke it down to the exact dates that each social account (FB, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram) went live. In the end – the little film managed to hold its own while competing with much larger Hollywood blockbusters.

An infographic by MassiveKontent.