Kahlúa is a coffee-flavored liqueur from Mexico. The drink contains rum, vanilla bean, arabica coffee. Pedro Domecq began producing Kahlúa in 1936, it was named Kahlúa, meaning "House of the Acolhua people" in the Veracruz Nahuatl language spoken before the Spanish Conquest. Kahlúa was Hispanicized as Ulúa. Jules Berman was the first importer of the liquor to the United States, earning him the nickname "Mr. Kahlua"; the company merged in 1994 with Allied Lyons to become Allied Domecq. In turn, that company was acquired in 2005 by Pernod Ricard, the largest spirits distributor in the world since its merger with the Swedish Vin & Sprit in March 2008. Since 2004, the alcohol content of Kahlúa is 20.0%. In 2002, a more expensive, high-end product called "Kahlúa Especial" became available in the United States and Australia after being offered only in duty-free markets. Made with arabica coffee beans grown in Veracruz, Kahlúa Especial has an alcohol content of 36%, has a lower viscosity, is less sweet than the regular version.

Kahlúa is used to drink neat or on ice. Some people use it when baking desserts, and/or as a topping for ice cream and cheesecakes, it is mixed in several ways with different combinations of milk, cream and cocoa. Because Kahlúa is made from coffee beans, it contains caffeine. According to the company, it contains "approximately 10 mg per 100 mL drink" or about 25% the amount found in the same volume of coffee. Kahlúa is a key ingredient in several notable cocktails: Kahlúa and Kahlúa Especial have received accolades from international spirit ratings organizations; the San Francisco World Spirits Competition awarded the Kahlúa Especial three silver medals between 2005 and 2007 and a bronze in 2009. The Beverage Testing Institute gave the Especial a score of 85 in 2007. List of cocktails List of coffee liqueurs Milk and Alcohol Official website On Kahlúa and Caffeine

Ali Spagnola

Alicia Dawn “Ali” Spagnola is a pop/rock/electro musician and YouTuber. She created a Power Hour Drinking Game Album, she has created several of the ringtones shipped on multiple Android phones. Her YouTube channel has over 300k subscribers and features videos of popular songs reimagined in the style of other artists. Spagnola makes videos on the social media platform TikTok. In 2008, Spagnola started, she takes requests online via email about. She fills one requests whenever she can creating a 12x12", pop art, acrylic painting, she mails the painting to the requester for free. Requests are filled on a first come first served basis; the wait list is reported to be over 1,300 people long. She has completed 2,517 paintings for the project and still continues to create one square foot of art a day. Spagnola has released four self-published albums; some of these songs have been featured on Oxygen's Bad Girls Club. In December 2012, Huffington Post included her performance of "HuffPost Weird News" on their "End Of The World Playlist".

In college, Spagnola began playing "drinking game concerts" by taking the idea of a "power hour" - drinking 60 shots of beer in an hour - and mixing it with a live show. She wrote 60 one-minute drinking songs and performed them live while people drank along with every song. Spagnola recorded the songs to create The Power Hour Album, she designed and manufactured her new Shot Glass USB, a shot glass with a removable USB drive that holds The Power Hour Album. In 2010, Steve Roose, who markets a DVD game named "Power Hour", registered a trademark of the same name and soon after began sending cease-and-desist orders to Ali Spagnola. Spagnola announced her intentions to fight the claims, an intellectual-property professor from the University of Pittsburgh has stated that "if'Power Hour' is a generic description of'a drinking game that involves drinking a shot of alcohol each minute for an hour,' Mr. Roose can't have any trademark rights at all."In December 2012, the Roose trademark was invalidated.

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Marçal Justen Filho

Marçal Justen Filho is a Brazilian attorney and Law professor. He was tenured professor at Federal University of Paraná Law School from 1978 to 2006. Marçal Justen Filho obtained his Law degree from Federal University of Paraná Law School, having graduated at the top of his class, he figures in the restricted list of notable alumni of the institution. He achieved his LLM in 1984 and his PhD in 1985, both from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, he was approved in a public competition for the seat of tenured professor at UFPR in 1986, a position he stepped down from in 2006 in order to dedicate himself to his other legal activities. He was a visiting researcher at Yale Law School and a visiting fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, he is internationally renowned as one of the greatest experts in public Law in Brazil in the fields of regulation, public procurement and administrative contracts. He is a frequent speaker in international conferences and seminars, has taught hundreds of courses and lectures to government organs and legal institutions around Brazil.

He is a member of the following institutions: Academia Paranaense de Letras Jurídicas, Red Iberoamericana de Contratación Pública and Public Contracts in Legal Globalization Network. He is the coordinator of the Revista de Direito Administrativo Contemporâneo - ReDAC, he has avidly maintained his legal practice, having been a State attorney from 1981 to 1984. He is founder and partner of Justen, Oliveira & Talamini, his full curriculum is available in the Lattes Platform. Administrative Law Comments on the Public Procurement and Government Contracts Act Comments on the Differential Procurement Regime Reverse Auction: Comments on the Common and Electronic Reverse Auction Acts Infrastructure Law of Brazil, coordinated by Marçal Justen Filho and Cesar Augusto Guimarães Pereira, who contribute articles of their own; the Differential Procurement Regime: Comments on Law 12.462 and Decree 7.581, coordinated by Marçal Justen Filho and Cesar Augusto Guimarães Pereira, who contribute articles of their own.

The Precatory Writs Amendment The Post-Modern State, written by Jacques Chevallier and translated to Portuguese by Marçal Justen Filho The Micro-Enterprise Act and Public Bidding The General Theory of Concessions of Public Service The Law of Independent Regulatory Agencies Concessions of Public Services The Disregard of Legal Entity in Brazilian Law Passive Tax Subjection The Tax on Services in the Constitution Marçal Justen Filho has published a large number of articles on a wide array of elements of Public Law. He has contributed forewords to other books, as well as several interviews to the press. Law of Brazil Infrastructure of Brazil Complete curriculum in the Lattes Platform Marçal Justen Filho’s personal website Justen, Oliveira & Talamini