Homemade Bloomin’ Onion Recipe

It’s everyone’s favourite steakhouse appetizer! A delicious onion sliced to bloom, then coated and deep-fried.

 

Britain Faces Tea Shortage In Row Over Colonial Land Seizures In Kenya

Britain could face a tea shortage in a row over land that was seized from native people in colonial-era Kenya.

 

This Is The World’s First Carbon-Negative Vodka

You know the old stage saying from magicians: Nothing in my hat, nothing up my sleeve, and whoosh—out of the empty hat pops a rabbit, or a flapping pigeon or whistling mini-locomotive. The startled faces in the audience are the kinds of faces most people would make when told that Air Co. is making vodka out of air and water. No grain, no yeast.

 

Alcohol-free Drinks Still Pose Danger To Addicts

Being the designated driver does not mean forgoing that beer or glass of wine any more thanks to the increasing availability of alcohol-free drinks. Some of the beers available today include Castle Free, Heineken 0.0, Bavaria Non-Alcoholic and Erdinger Alcohol-Free.

 

Sugary drinks banned from Victorian museums

Sugary drinks will be banned at Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks and the Immigration Museum from next month.

 

Consumer Drinks Trends To Watch In 2020

Waitrose has released its annual food and drinks trends report for 2019, revealing some seismic shifts in the way we buy alcohol today.

 

Iron Maiden And Robinsons Brewery Announce Trooper Collection In Celebration Of 25 Million Pints

IRON MAIDEN and Robinsons Brewery have announced a special Trooper mixed beer collection box in celebration of selling 25 million pints.

 

The World’s Best Drink Cooler May Come From Pineapple Scraps

When life gives you pineapples—and hundreds of millions of tons of pineapple waste—what do you do? Engineers in Singapore and Vietnam decided to turn all those scraps into something useful—insulation for their piña coladas. Not only does their new material keep drinks chilled better than many commercial coolers, but it could also offer a final resting place for the world’s pineapple waste.

 

How To Make Homemade Caramel Syrup For Your Coffee

For me, there’s not much better than an ice-cold coffee on a hot summer day. One problem though: if you want to sweeten your coffee you only have a few options. Option one is to use sugar, which is hard to dissolve and can result in a pile of sugar gunk at the bottom of your glass. Option two is using a store-bought coffee syrup, but those tend to be cloyingly sweet and flavored with junk.

 

Ketel One Vodka Highlights Sustainability With Pop Up Espresso Martini Garden in London

Ketel One Vodka is partnering with Bourne & Hollingsworth in London to host a month-long indoor garden pop-up focused on sustainability. By turning used coffee grounds from Bourne & Hollingsworth’s espresso martinis into compost for an indoor garden, Ketel One aims to educate consumers about the alternative ways to reuse and recycle their coffee grounds.