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< Wednesday 8 February 2017 >

What Exactly is Fermented Mare’s Milk from Mongolia?

Airag is fermented mare’s milk with a slight alcoholic content.  It dates back to the Mongol times when traditionally guests in a nomadic ger would be offered a bowl of airag along with a plate of dairy treats.

 

A Kate Middleton-Inspired Cafe has opened in Australia

An Australian café, seems to be entirely obsessed with the British royals, and with Kate Middleton in particular.

 

This history of Backsberg Brandy

Backsberg is first-and-foremost a wine producer but it also creates some brilliant brandies.

 

Experts are now adding salt to their wine to improve the flavour

For those of us that aren’t experts in the vino department, we’re vaguely aware that the ‘proper’ thing to do is swill it and put our faces into it, or something.

 

Wines for bargain hunting enthusiasts

GETWINE is an e-commerce retailer selling wine online across South Africa, from the Indian to the Atlantic and everywhere in between.

 

Lanzerac – A Moment in Time Defined by Taste And Style

From mountains to forests and vineyards to fields, the quiet Lanzerac oasis has it all.

 

Working Women in Japan Are Drinking More Wine Than Ever

Japan’s swelling ranks of working women have grape growers 10,000 miles away cheering.

 

T-bo Touch Wine Sold Out At A Luxurious Hotel

Touch Warwick in high demand at Saxon

 

Y Be Charles Glass Half Full: The End Of Sabmiller, But What Comes Next?

Behold the largest mega-merger in beer drinking history. But is it anything to drink to? By DIANA NEILLE and RICHARD POPLAK.

 

Taking South Africa’s Pink Route

A beautiful landscape, abundant wildlife, world-class cities, a rich diversity of people, culture and heritage - and the first Bill of Rights in the w...

 

Sing Along At Monthly Open Mic Sessions

LIVE music enthusiasts are urged to join in the casual open mic evenings held on the first Tuesday of every month.