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< Tuesday 6 September 2016 >

The world`s strongest coffee will kick your ass so drink responsibly

A cafe is serving up the coffee to rival all others and it looks almost fatal.

 

Africa`s only Whisky Distillery open to the public

The James Sedgwick’s Distillery in Wellington, the only commercial whisky distillery in Africa and home to the internationally award-winning range of Three Ships and Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky, will be opening to the public from 3 September on selected dates and times.

 

Weird Things You Can Do With Cola

It’s incredible what kinds of things you can do with cola. 

 

Consistency is key: Release of 2014 Pierneef Syrah Viognier

Sometimes there are vintages that because of an ideal set of conditions deliver exceptional wines and sometimes one has the luxury of only producing or at least releasing wines from these special years.

 

Creation Wines. What`s in a name?

Long, very long ago (in fact 450 000 000 years!), Mother Nature laid the first foundations for what was to become one of the most exciting wine estates in the South African Winelands.

 

De Grendel Op Die Berg Special Offer

Spring has hit the De Grendel and along with the new babies goats, the farm is starting to bloom with the annual show of indigenous flowers.

 
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Millennials Have Discovered ‘Going Out’ Sucks

Young people are the new old people.

 

Coca-Cola Bets Big on Coffee

Soda consumption is down, but ready-to-drink coffee is hot

 

Earl Grey Tea Milk Tart

 

Banana milk coffee is your autumn obsession

The hottest drink this autumn might just be chilled.

 

Prevent a Hangover? Eat Pears

Is drinking pear juice the best way to prevent a hangover?

 

The biggest beer myths debunked

Not all beer is meant to be served cold and darker beers aren't always stronger, according to US homebrew club

 

The Art of Wine

Five local winemakers share their secret techniques – and captivating new wine labels

 

Where to Enjoy Tea or Coffee in Cape Town