A Joburg Brewer’s Gin Has Taken Over The World

Her handcrafted gin‚ infused with a smattering of African botanicals used in traditional healing‚ has won a Johannesburg gin maker four international awards.


Inventors say cheers to old method of ageing wine

Your next glass of red wine could be aged in a metal or even plastic container using “wood in liquid form”‚ and you may not even know the difference.


Beer Buckets & Nosh ‘boards’: Braam Restaubar Makes Eating A Social Affair

Zwakala, the Zulu word meaning “come in”, is the perfect way to describe The Immigrant – a relaxed restaurant-bar located in the vibrant Grove Square on the corner of Braamfontein’s De Korte a


Distilling The Essence Of South Africa’s Gin Revolution

From Cape fynbos to Karoo botanicals, an ever-increasing number of local distillers are crafting gins imbued with homegrown flavours. We find out what kick-started the trend

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Thai Police Struggle To Locate Fugitive Red Bull Heir

Thai police said Wednesday they were trying to locate Red Bull heir Worayuth Yoovidhya who reportedly fled to Singapore on his private jet days before a warrant was issued for him over a fatal hit-and


Can coffee naps help you power through the day?

Caffeine and napping have something in common. Both make you feel alert and can enhance your performance, whether that’s driving, working or studying.


Cassper’s Mega Cîroc Cheque Leaves Bank Balance Lit

Cassper Nyovest was unveiled as the new ambassador of luxury vodka brand Cîroc at a swanky party on Thursday night.


Black Coffee’s Son Follows In His Daddy’s Footsteps

Black Coffee's eldest son, Esona, appears to have taken after his dad, if the award-winning DJ's recent Instagram post is anything to go by.


Coke And Pepsi Get Mixed Reviews In Bid To Clean Up Brazil Sugar Supplies

C oca-Cola and PepsiCo's efforts to stop illegal land seizures by sugar suppliers in Brazil have made progress but Coke has had the greater impact and its competitor needs to do more, a World Bank con


There’s A Craft Cider Revolution Brewing In South Africa

What does it take to start a revolution? For Karol Ostaszewski and his business partner wife, Laura Clacey, the first ingredient is education.

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