While the deluded fanatics of the ERG witter on about the greatness of Brexit and bouffanted pub millionaires tour the country speaking nonsense, people in other countries have a clearer view. Take Italy, for example, where pizza has been used to express their bemusement.
Coming up with product names that work in all languages is a tricky business. Most companies do name checks to ensure any new names work in their main markets. However, that rarely covers all countries. Consequently, there are plenty of occasions when a name that sounds great in one language has a very different meaning in another.
Think of great coffee drinking nations and you'll probably think of Italians supping their cappuccinos or the Spanish enjoying cortados. You'll be surprised to hear then that Finns are, in fact, the world’s number one coffee drinkers, enjoying an incredible 12 kilos of the black stuff per year.
Finnish food doesn't have the best rep, but who can resist warm buns and salty salmon? Check out these 6 Finnish foods that will make your mouth water!
Being one of Northern Europe's best music festivals, you’d think Helsinki’s Flow is a must-see. Maybe these warning signs will force you to reconsider?
They’re traditional, utterly Finnish, and something that many people don't even consider to be candy. We're talking about salmiakki, of course.
Finland is an amazing country, but according to restaurateur, author and Helsinki native Marc Aulén, these 12 things could make it even better.
Ancestral health Global cooling around the last modern ice age, 2.5 million years ago, meant early humans found fruits and […]
When readers think about literary food fiction, the inevitable spectre of Proust and the infamous madeleine is often invoked, or […]