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Want a stronger penis? Drink more coffee

Your daily cup of Joe keeps you up in more ways than one: Caffeine could reduce your likelihood of having erectile dysfunction (ED), suggests a new study from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.


How to Become a Professionally Certified Sommelier

For individuals interested in working in the food, beverage, and/or hospitality industries, earning a sommelier certification can advance your career by offering you an experience-based and rigorous program of study.


Iggy Pop cocktail served with a syringe on the side

A Tayside pub has sparked controversy by serving a syringe with one of its new cocktails.


Water Bottle That Will Glow When You Need To Take A Sip

HidrateMe aims to help you fill up on your H20 with a sensor that monitors your intake and syncs that information up with an app on your smartphone. Should you need more water than you are ingesting, the bottle will glow.


Bottle of 140-year-old Arctic Ale beer auctioned

A 140-year-old bottle of beer brewed for an arctic expedition is to be auctioned after being found in garage.


Rock out with Karen Zoid and Ard Matthews at Graham Beck this weekend

This acoustic rock set is an experience not to be missed!


Join the Ultra Mussels Wine Tournament in July!

The second Ultra Mussels Wine Tournament will be taking place on Saturday 25 July 2015 from midday until 4pm.


Why is the last glass from a bottle always the best?

If you hang around wine long enough, you discover, perhaps to your surprise, that there aren’t as many commonalities among wine drinkers as you had first imagined.


Home Brew Recipe To Combat Gout

Suffering from a fair share of gout attacks over the last couple of years, a concerning friend passed on this recipe for a gout-fighting concoction. Ingredients: 1 cup of tart cherry juice 1 pi


The colourful story of leaves

The age-old oak trees in the shade of which guests spend many a summer’s day, is one of the welcoming attributes of La Motte estate during the warm months of the year. In autumn, however, t


Grenache and other delights

I go for long months without grenache in my glass – well, it might be there as a minor component, but not thrusting itself on my attention. But the last few weeks, for some reason, it’s


Beef Bourguignon — Tracy Foulkes of NoMU

Tracy Foulkes, who started NoMU Foods in 2000, has an instinct for what you need in your kitchen.  Her foods are on supermarket shelves around the world and y kitchen certainly would not be without


Durbanville Hills Trail Run, 13th June

Crisp air, sweeping views of Table Mountain and Table Bay, and the experience of running through vineyards more than justify getting up early on a winter’s morning.  Join TSiBA and Durbanvil


Peter Falke Exclusive Blend 2013 — 02.06.2015

Always exciting when a new vintage of a wine is released. Another year for the vines, different weather conditions leading up to the vintage, change thing subtly from year to year. It is no different


Ernie Els Big Easy 2013

The Big Easy 2013 from Ernie Els Wines does what it says on the label being extraordinarily approachable. It’s a blend of 61% Shiraz, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Grenache, 6% Mourvèdre, 4% Ci


Outstanding quality at 2015 CAPPA Port & Wine Challenge

A Cape Port from Boplaas outside Calitzdorp in the Klein Karoo is the overall winner at the annual Port & Wine Challenge of the Cape Port Producers Association (CPPA), while another Boplaas Port


Cape Port Producers Association Challenge 2015 results

Results of the Cape Port Producers Association Challenge 2015 have just been announced. Winning wines as follows: Boplaas Cape Tawny Reserve Bin 1880 – Best in Class, Best Overall Groot Constan


On The Hop: Blondes Are Easy, Brew

If you're into easy blondes, then Happy Sekanka is the woman to hook you up. Sekanka is no pimp, though she does like to push the


Durbanville Hills Trail Run on 13th June

Crisp air, sweeping views of Table Mountain and Table Bay, and the experience of running through vineyards more than justify getting up early on a winter’s morning.  Join TSiBA and Durbanvil


Hemelhuijs, ready for winter

I must confess to a genuine interest in Hemelhuijs. I am totally biased, having eaten there a few times and just love Jacques Erasmus. I love his talent, his take on design, his approach to food, he i