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This Tea Guy Is Too Hot For The Internet To Handle Right Now

This photo of a Pakistani tea seller (chai wala) is currently steaming-up the internet. Photographer Jiah Ali took a few snaps of the man during a recent photo walk she attended in Islamabad.


Celebrate World Pasta Day with Pasta made from Chocolate

The existence of Chocolate Pasta is definitive proof that life is beautiful.


The first Wine Fountain just opened in Italy and it`s free!

Red wine flowing from a fountain, offering a refreshment at the end of a long walk… it sounds too good to be true, but on Sunday, a wine fountain was inaugurated in central Italy.


How to transform a cheap bottle of wine into an expensive vintage in only 30 seconds

Ever wanted to indulge in a tasty bottle of wine but find you’re strapped for cash? A simple trick could solve all your problems.


La Motte Winelands Tea: A Celebration of Cape Hospitality

Celebrating a culture of hospitality and a heritage of passionate Cape cooks who were well-known for their pastries and confectionery, Pierneef à La Motte invites you to a beautifully presented Winelands Tea.


Own a Piece of Graham Beck History

Graham Beck Enterprises has done what few industry leading brands dare to; back one horse.

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De Grendel takes home 13 Awards at the Veritas Awards 2016

De Grendel scooped a total of 13 Veritas Awards at the 26th Veritas Awards.


9 Barrel-Aged Tequilas You Need to Try

Your favorite agave spirit just got mellow.

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Storm Trooper Whiskey Decanter

Do you remember the 20+ Star Wars Gifts Ideas that we posted last year? Well, we have another wonderful addition from a galaxy far, far away - the original Stormtrooper Decanter and shot glass. This b


8 reasons to drink more cider

Are you on board with the cider revolution? If not, here are our reasons to give cider a try.


A True-Crime Documentary About the Con That Shook the World of Wine – The New Yorker

“Sour Grapes” traces the rise and fall of Rudy Kurniawan, who committed the largest known case of wine fraud in history.


Swartland – a WellsFaber Sommelier Selection

What a thrill to buy a copy of City Press in Upington yesterday and see a young and beautiful sommelier Heather Nyoni from Dear Me recommend a Swartland white. But best of all is to know that no ex


Top Breweries From The Eastern Cape

Micro-breweries, boutique breweries or craft breweries ? call them what you want, are becoming more and more popular. Understandably so, because every brewer we spoke to was absolutely passionate abou


Now Wine Must Fall

Special Correspondent The attention given to the South African wine industry by the imperialist media and the Western Cape Government proves that wine is a r


Jameson Whiskey Barbecue Burger

The classic chicken burger gets a smoky makeover with a homemade sticky spicy barbecue basting sauce infused with Jameson Irish Whiskey.


No student hospitality jobs, the 500m rule and other concerns regarding SA’s new liquor law proposals

The government has published a National Liquor policy as well as a draft of amendments accelerating the process.