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Jameson x National Coffee Day

National Coffee Day is just about upon us, and no one is celebrating the way Jameson Cold Brew is celebrating.

Using Brazilian and Colombian beans, Jameson Cold Brew combines triple distilled Jameson and their own cold brew coffee in one drink. Whiskey and coffee have come together for perfect drink for everyone who loves both.

If you’re planning on celebrating National Coffee Day on Sept. 29, these cocktail recipes might be able to help.

Jameson Cold Brew Coffee Colada

For the Jameson Cold Brew Coffee Colada, you’ll want to take:

-1.5 parts Jameson Cold Brew

-4 parts coconut sparking water

-Dash of Angostura Bitters

-Lime Garnish

You then combine all of the ingredients over ice and add the lime garnish.

Jameson + Cola

For the Jameson + Cola, you’ll want to take:

-1 Part Jameson® Cold Brew

-2 Parts Cola

-Orange Twist

Just combine the Jameson® Cold Brew and the Cola, garnish with the orange twist and enjoy!

Jameson Cold Brew retails for $23.99.

JAJA Tequila illustrated by Mina Tocalini for 360 MAGAZINE.

JAJA-peño Margarita

With National Tequila Day (July 24th) around the corner, celebrate with a new cocktail from JAJA Tequila called the JAJA-peño Margarita! 

Ingredients

  • 1.5 oz JAJA Blanco
  • 1 oz Fresh Lime Juice
  • 1/2 oz Triple Sec
  • 1/2 oz Agave Syrup
  • 2 Jalapeño slices

Garnish

  • ​Rounded Lime

Method

Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice to chill the mixture and pour over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a rounded lime and serve!

Pronounced “HA HA,” JAJA was founded in 2018 by brothers Maurice and Elliot Tebele and their childhood friend Martin Hoffstein, with the mission of creating a fun, modern and authentic luxury tequila. Soon after they expanded their team to include Alex Pall and Drew Taggart of the DJ duo The Chainsmokers as Co-Owners of the brand. All the products in JAJA’s portfolio are produced using slow non-industrial methods at a heritage distillery led by a group of distillers who have over fifty years of experience in the industry. JAJA’s three varieties (Blanco, Reposado and Añejo) are all available nationwide. Priced between $34.99 – $52.99. 

Follow JAJA: Facebook | Instagram 

Lime Advancing Safety

Learn how Lime is connecting riders to public transit in the largest city in North America, how our scooters at SXSW raised funds local nonprofits, and why New York City is facing a transit equity crisis that micro mobility can help solve.

Advancing Safety– Lime and Brisbane Students Improve Helmet Safety. We paired up with students at Queensland University of Technology’s Gardens Point Campus in Brisbane to develop innovative new strategies around helmet safety and education.

San Francisco Extends Protected Bike Lane Following the tragic and preventable death of a cyclist in San Francisco, organizations like the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition successfully urged the city to extend protected bike lanes last week. Lime mobilized our riders to send letters to the SFMTA and our staff attended a rally outside City Hall.

New Gen 3.0 Scooter Debuts in Oakland

We rolled out our newest e-scooter in Oakland, California, one of our most popular cities for ridership. We’ve already heard great feedback from riders who are loving the Gen 3’s larger baseboard, increased wheel size, and two-sided suspension.

Promoting Sustainability

Lime Links Mexico City Riders to Public Transit

64.2% of micromobility riders in Mexico City reported using Lime scooters to transport themselves to or from public transit last month. With Mexico City commuters spending an average of 218 hours stuck in traffic last year, there’s promise that micromiblity can replace car trips.

Care About Climate Change? Care About Scooters.

Writing in Route Fifty, Lime’s Director of Sustainability, Andrew Savage calls for “bold changes in the effort” to address climate change and cites electric scooters as a potential solution; “Regulating a new industry can be a challenge, but now, more than ever, we need to take every possible step to curb the crisis at hand.”

Enhancing Communities

NYC’s Transit Equity Crisis

The largest city in the United States is in the midst of a transit equity crisis, and micromoblity could be the solution. According to our findings, the availability of dock-free bikes and scooters throughout New York City would put 1.5 million more New Yorkers within a 10-minute walk, bike or scoot of a subway line.

Juicer Program Turns One

Lime’s Juicer Program, which gives local residents in all Lime-S markets the freedom to make money on their own schedule by collecting, charging and redeploying our electric scooters, celebrated one year in action this month. We collected some incredible stories from our Juicers.

SXSW Lime Riders Donate to Austin Nonprofits

Lime’s charitable donation program, Lime Hero, had a significant spike during SXSW festival in Austin, TX.  We saw a 91% increase in Austin donations compared to the weekly average, along with an 82% uplift in riders participating in the program!

What We’re Reading

How Scooters Can Help With Transportation Equity in NYC

A recent report found that roughly a third of New York residents do not have a subway stop within walking distance of their homes, and the problem is especially acute in dense areas that are lower-income. Read more from Curbed.

Chicago Mayoral Task Force Recommends Scooter Pilot

A report from Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s mobility task force recommends a pilot program this year for electric scooters.

Cities Are Getting More Serious About Micromobility Data

TechCrunch covers how Lime’s partner Passport seeks to help cities and mobility providers work better together to analyze scooter usage, parking patterns and more.

Lime is Testing a Feature to Let Juicers Reserve a Scooter

The Verge wrote about our new feature that allows our Juicers to claim a scooter before arriving at its location.

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Lime Scooters

By Vaughn Lowery x Krishan Narsinghani x Alexandria Baiz

Across the globe, Lime scooters are the newest ride for transportation and commute. One may have seen these green-tinted electric motor scooters zooming down major city roads in Los Angeles, Paris and even university campuses. With over 100 markets and 5 countries there is plenty of supply, and all one needs to do is download the Lime app to find the nearest scooter. With LED front lamps, green recessed lighting and red LED taillights for nighttime riders, Limes are functional at all times of the day in major cities. Technology in automation advances as the little green boxes on each scooter contain a GPS system and 3G built-in hardware to track the location and route of each ride. Aggregating routes and location data is vital for cities so that there is proof of this pilot program performance and for future infrastructure to be aware of heavily utilized routes.

The logistics of the Lime scooters are easy to follow with instructions accessible every step of the way on the Lime app. Depending on location, (ex. California State Law) riders must be 18 and over and required to wear a helmet. Helmets are offered for free through the local business partners, which can also be found on the app. To avoid clutter on streets, users are required to submit parking photos at the end of each ride to ensure the scooter is parked responsibly. Docking stations are also being added – physical locations like Monrovia and Santa Monica will soon be paired with designated parking locations.

Rides are effortless and affordable. Costing one dollar to unlock and fifteen cents per minute, rates beat that of car share fares. Take a solo trip to get to work or visit a hot attraction with a group of friends. 360 Magazine had the opportunity of riding a group of scooters throughout Los Angeles, revealing a beautiful scenic ride for any tourist or local in the area. Explore the Ballona Creek bike path, an 8.8-mile-long waterway that extends as a shortcut from Central LA to the coast of Venice. Enjoy a traffic-free, uninterrupted riding trail that offers rest stops and views for a perfect sunny day.

Transforming the mobility of cities into a clean environment is a major win in Los Angeles, especially with limited transit systems, it’s a great alternative to keep traffic and pollution under control. Diving in further, Lime travels up to 20 miles in distance and speeds up to 14.8 MPH. Lime Access offers a 95% discount on pedal bike rides and 50% discount on electric scooter rides. Lime Access is eligible for riders who belong to any state/federally-run assistance program in order to make Lime accessible for all. Download the Lime app today and use promo code “360MAG” to get a special discount and embark on a new experience where #CitrusGotReal.

Captain Morgan Releases New Apple Smash

View some of the pictures from Captain Morgan event down below!

Here are some fun recipes you can try out for yourself:

Captain Morgan Apple Smash & Ginger

  • 1.5 oz. Captain Morgan Apple Smash
  • 4 oz. ginger ale
  • Add ice and stir. Garnish with lime

Captain and Ginger

  • 1.5 oz Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum
  • 4 oz Ginger Ale
  • Mint Sprig
  • Lime