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In this portrait of Van Gogh from 1887 (painted by Toulouse-Latrec), we can see a typical glass at the bottom right corner. But of what is it typical? What did Vincent Van Gogh drink?
Van Gogh drinks from a typical absinthe glass.
Today it is hard to realise the impact absinthe had on a whole generation of authors and artists, but it was profound. You can read more about this in my old article The Cult of the Green Fairy; La Fée Verte.
“[...] ordinary Cayenne pepper is 30,000-50,000 SHU, while the strongest peppers, like Indian naga jolokia is rated at more than 1,000,000 SHU. Chemically pure capsaicin is rated at 16 million SHU, and the strongest chemical known in this respect, resiniferatoxin, is rated at 108,800 millions SHU.“
This is a difficult question, because there seems to be too little information. But it is not; it is just a matter of whether or not you are into the genre of literature to which the question refers.\
This was a puzzling question. If you have no idea what it is about, it might seem as too little information even to be a proper question. Yet it refers to a novel by Agatha Christie, titled "Why Didn't They Ask Evans". That is not sufficient as an answer, you must explain too why they didn't.
The story is a about a forged will of John Savage. Evans wasn't asked to witness its signing, although she would have been close at hand. That was because she would have recognised that the dying man who was signing it wasn't John Savage, but an impostor.
In old Rome, what was the title of the high priest, the head of the Roman religion? Strangely, the title is still in use, still for the head of the Roman religion, although the religion is not the same anymore.