While experimenting with new dishes is exciting, there are times when you crave a tried-and-true classic. With just one mouthful, you may go back in time, to a different location, or even to a different decade.
Hemp seeds are a product that is known for their beneficial properties as well as psychotropic effects. Despite the constant demonization of this remedy in modern mass media, throughout the history of humankind, it has been actively used for medicinal purposes. To date, the legal status of cannabis is not very common in many countries, primarily due to the lack of accessible and accurate information about the untapped potential of cannabis. For those who wish to learn more about the beneficial properties of this plant and legally buy marijuana seeds, there are many excellent online stores on this topic.
Buying from a pot dealer isn’t the only way to get high. You can find auto flower seeds for sale and grow fresh buds at home or explore no-smoke edibles and tinctures. If you’re in the mood for a unique experience, why not have a shot of weed liquor?
Following its digital transformation and consumer-centric strategy launched three years ago, SodaStream, the world’s leading sparkling water brand, is tapping into its consumers’ growing interest in design, innovation, mixology, and user-experience fields. As the trend of making fresh sparkling water at home continues to grow, and as consumers seek more approachable premium products, especially in the food and beverage sector, SodaStream is introducing a full top-to-bottom redesign of the company’s symbol, color palette, websites, as well as introducing a new tier of elevated products.
Trophy winners at the Amorim Cap Classique Challenge:
From left: Danie Keulder (Constantia Uitsig: Best Blanc de Blancs), Anton Smal (Newstead: Best Extended Aging), Megan Mullis (Domaine des Dieux: Best Brut and Best Producer), Charl Schoeman (Simonsig: Best Nectar and Best Rosé) and Shane Mullis, also from Domaine des Dieux.
Top image: Paul Clüver
Paul Clüver Family Wines, the winery that pioneered viticulture and winemaking in Elgin 35 years ago, reaffirmed its status as a leading South African producer with First Growth status in the latest Tim Atkin South Africa Report, as well as having three wines scoring 95pts and above. The 96pts scores went to Paul Clüver’s Seven Flags Chardonnay 2021 and to the Noble Late Harvest Riesling 2021, with the icon Seven Flags Pinot Noir 2018 attracting 95pts. This year Atkin judged over 2 200 wines, critically reviewing them with scores on the 100pt scale.
Boplaas whisky has received a Platinum medal for a second time at the Michelangelo International Wine and Spirits Awards, whose winners for 2022 were announced in recent days. Only 19 entries received the sought-after accolade this year, putting Boplaas in the top 1.15% of all wine and spirit entries. Furthermore, the whisky was one of only two that received Platinum status.