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The History Of The Classical And Simply Irresistible B52

The B-52, one of the most popular shot drinks, was invented in the 70s by Peter Fich, a head bartender at the Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta. Fich named all of his new drinks after favourite bands, albums and songs, and he named the drink after the band of the same name.

 

South Africa`s Most Fattening Beers, Wine, Cocktails and Shooters

Irrespective on where you stand on the fat vs carbs debate on weight loss and health, most people agree that alcohol is a big no-no if you’re serious about losing weight.

 

French Flair Brings Pink Valley’s Exceptional Rosé Wine to Stellenbosch Helderberg Region

Top image: Schalk-Willem Joubert, 2nd from right, winemaker and MD of Pink Valley, with owners Pascal Oddo, left, Lorraine Oddo and Bertrand Otto.

 

Just When You Thought Coffee Couldn’t Get Any Cooler, Now You Can Vape It

If you’re like me, you often find yourself in between  a coffee shop a half block this way and another other coffee shop half a block in the other direction thinking, “why can’t there be a more convenient way to get coffee?”

 
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Cool-Climate Elim Produces First Platter’s 5-Star Wine For De Grendel

De Grendel has earned its first Platter’s five-star rating with the 2017 Elim Shiraz, reaping the rewards of a near-perfect vintage and the wine-growing potential that cellar master Charles Hopkins saw more than 20 years ago in the cool maritime climate close to Africa’s southern tip of Cape Agulhas.

 

Time Manner Place – Flagstone’s Ethereal Salute to South African Vinification

Simply put, Flagstone’s Time Manner Place is Pinotage decadence. A result of obsessive winemaking and characterised by its ravishing fruit, this premium expression of South Africa’s signature variety glitters with 5-star Platters’ Awards.

 

Pics: Siya And Mapimpi Strip Down To Take Up The #fafchallenge

Springbok Francois “Faf” de Klerk's fellow Rugby World Cup winners have answered his call to action to improve their personal “ball skills”.