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How To Make The Quintessential Cosmopolitan Cocktail

Recently, I received an invite to a ‘Cosmopolitan’ party. I was a bit confused as to whether the theme was inspired by the ‘Cosmo’ cocktail or if it had more to do with the outlandish lifestyles portrayed by cover girls flaunting their all-year-round-summer-bodies in designer bikini pieces?


The Dark Truth Behind The New Celery Juice Trend

Everyone from Kim Kardashian West to your next-door neighbour is going crazy for the latest juice trend, celery juice. But is it actually as beneficial as everyone claims?


University Students Turn Tequila Waste Into Flour

Students at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México have turned agave residue into flour, helping to decrease the waste produced by the Tequila industry, as reported by Excelsior.


Asda-sainsbury Merger Decision Delayed Until April

A decision on the proposed merger between UK grocery giants Sainsbury's and Asda may now not be announced before the end of April, following an extension for the Competition & Market's Authority (


Barbizet Joins Pernod Ricard Board After Elliott Move

Pernod Ricard has named former Christie?s CEO Patricia Barbizet as its lead independent director in a move that follows activist investor Elliott Management Corporation's calls for the firm to better


New Manager For Lafite And Catena Venture, Bodegas Caro

Philippe Rolet has become the new estate manager at Bodegas Caro, the joint-venture in Argentina between DBR Lafite and the Catena family...


Costs Rise Sharply At Jd Wetherspoon ? Beer Today

JD Wetherspoon saw like-for-like sales increase by 7.2% in the first 12 weeks of its second quarter, it reports today. But costs are rising, too.


Eleven Madison Park To Open Site At Claridge?s

The chef behind the 2017 World's Best Restaurant, Eleven Madison Park in New York, has confirmed that he will opening a restaurant at Claridge's following the closures of Fera late last year.


Walking Tour Will Highlight Henley’s Brewing History ? Beer Today

The brewery on New Street, circa 1900 A new walking tour of Henley launches later this month, on January 27, highlighting the town?s rich brewing heritage. The 75-minute tour, led by a Blue Badge guid


Salcombe Winter Seasonal Rip Tide Is Back ? Beer Today

Salcombe Brewery's popular seasonal beer Rip Tide is back, in cask, and with bottles available online and direct from the brewery.


Exploring The Nine Towns Of Chianti Classico

Getting to know Chianti Classico is all in the detail...


China Drives Australian Wine Exports Rise In 2018

Australian wine exports rose by 10% in value in 2018...


Wetherspoon Boss Removes European Wines And Beers From Pubs

The boss of UK pub chain JD Wetherspoon, Tim Martin, an outspoken supporter of Brexit, has removed all European wines and beers from its 900 pubs in favour of bottles from the UK, US, Australia and Ch


Demand For Cask Beer Remains High At Thornbridge ? Beer Today

There's speculation that 2019 will be the year of cask revival, and Thornbridge Brewery is finding that demand for its cask brews is stronger than ever.


Chip Shop Creates Fish And Chips So Spicy You Have To Sign A Waiver To Try It

'I think what we've come up with is actually delicious, as long as you like a bit of spice.'


Lobby Bar Celebrates ?marriage Between Art And Cocktails?

The Lobby Bar at London?s Ace Hotel has released the second instalment in its Notes From A Hotel Bar menu, which is said to toast "the marriage between art and cocktails"


Attention, Chocolate Lovers: White Chocolate Twixes Are Now Available



Celebrated Gleneagles Chef Andrew Fairlie Dies

Renowned Scottish chef Andrew Fairlie, chef patron of his two Michelin-starred restaurant at the Gleneagles Hotel, has died aged 55 following a long battle with a brain tumour.


Survey: Bars Worst Place For First Dates

Bars and pubs have been revealed as the worst location for a first date with whisky named ?the biggest alcoholic turn-off? for women, according to a recent survey


Bordeaux Drinking Windows

Why are Bordeaux drinking windows narrower on younger wines...?


Massive Expansion For Australia’s Largest Hop Grower ? Beer Today

Australia’s largest hop grower, Hop Products Australia (HPA), has planted the first 50 hectares at its new farm in Victoria’s Buffalo River Valley.


Wset Sees 21% Increase In Diploma Graduates

As it celebrates its 50th anniversary year, the Wine & Spirit Education Trust has awarded its highest number of diplomas


Young’s Buys Redcomb Pubs’ 15 Venues In £34m Deal

Pub giant Young’s has purchased the Redcomb Pubs group for the sum of £34m, in an effort to build a portfolio of venues with ‘distinctive’ personalities. R