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Bacon shot glasses dipped in chocolate and filled with whisky

We’ve all been there before, standing at the bar, shot glass in hand, ready to throw the spirit down our gullet, when we’ve thought to ourselves “man this would really be so much better if the shot glass I’m holding was made out of bacon and dipped in chocolate.”


Lockdown With These Classic Whisky Cocktails And Celebrate International Whisk(e)y Day

27 March represents a momentous date in the calendar for anyone with an appreciation for the water of life. International Whisky Day started in 2008 and publicly supports Parkinson’s disease research in addition to enjoying Whiskey.


#21daysoflockdown – Day 1 Calls For A Chardonnay Breakfast At Jordan Wine Estate

It feels like there is a long road ahead of you, but you’ll get there.


Captain Morgan Orange Vanilla Twist Is The Summertime Rum We Need

Sorry tequila, this summer is all about rum. Captain Morgan Orange Vanilla Twist Rum tastes like orange and vanilla. It's the only poolside drink you need.


Lockdown Diaries: 21 Days Of Tips, Things To Do, And Moments Of Joy

As the nation enters lockdown, we?re right here with you to keep you entertained, share moments of joy, nourish your body and mind, look after your mental health, and keep your curiosity alive.


Whiskey Review: Little Book Chapter 03: The Road Home

We review Little Book Chapter 03: The Road Home, a blended bourbon drawing from various Beam brands that was created by Freddie Noe, the son of Fred Noe, Jim Beam's current master distiller.


How The Psl Might Support Thousands Of Security Guards Left Destitute By Lockdown

With the Premier Soccer League?s Absa Premiership and GladAfrica Championship shut down due to the coronavirus breakout some 2?000 stadium security guards have been left without an income.


March 28 Earth Hour Dinner

Earth Hour is taking place this Saturday at 8.30pm and many of us might be braaing with our families in our gardens or on our balconies while in lockdown. Enjoying food by candlelight with your loved


Bombay Sapphire Launches Online Platform For Diy Projects And Mixology Classes Amid Coronavirus Quarantine

While working remotely can really disturb a daily routine with a possible lack of structure, things like getting creative with living-room-happy-hour or more time to…


Best Expensive Bottles Of Bourbon

With nearly two weeks of self-isolation, quarantine, and now almost full-on lockdowns behind many of us, cabin fever is probably setting in. Hell, even if our president gets his way and opens up shop


Instead Of Savanna And Klipdrift, Some Local Distilleries Are Now Making Hand Sanitiser

The coronavirus-stopping hand sanitiser, with a high alcohol content, will be distributed across South Africa.


Celebrate International Whisky Day With These 4 Exciting Recipes

There really are no rules when it comes to drinking cocktails, except to have the most fun possible.


Watch: Bertus Basson Makes Breakfast At Home With His Family


How The Psl Might Support Thousands Of Security Guards Left Destitute By Lockdown

With the Premier Soccer League?s Absa Premiership and GladAfrica Championship shut down due to the coronavirus breakout some 2?000 stadium security guards have been left without an income.


Good News: There Is Hope For The Wine Industry During Lockdown

The wine industry will be able to continue to harvest during lockdown. The Minister of Agriculture announced that the agri sector is essential.


Healthy Coconut Coffee

Healthy Coconut Coffee will knock your socks off! Get your day off to a healthy start with the benefits of coconut oil - you will think you are heaven!


Heineken Prepares For Ceo Coronation With Asia-pacific, Europe Leadership Appointments

Heineken has completed its latest reshuffle of senior executives, with the head of operations in Vietnam replacing future CEO Dolf van den Brink in Asia-Pacific.


Pepsi, Benefiting From `snack-pantry Loading,’ Is Double-upgraded To Outperform At Cs

Pepsi's strong positions in drinks plus "snack-pantry loading" due to the coronavirus keeping people indoors prompt Credit Suisse to double-upgrade the stock to outperform.


Greenall’s Gin Launches South Africa’s First Virtual Happy Hour

Your Definitive Guide to the City of Gold


Captain Morgan Debuts Orange Vanilla Twist

Diageo-owned spiced rum brand Captain Morgan has released a limited edition orange and vanilla-flavoured variant in the US


Nigella Lawson Gives Cooks Under Quarantine Ideas For Recipes

Need some cooking inspo?


Carl Barat Launches Kraken’s Weekly Online Reading Series

Carl Barat has launched Kraken Rum's weekly online reading series to offer some light relief during the coronavirus pandemic


Get To Know Arbikie Premium Spirits

Arbikie Estate is a family-owned working farm, every ingredient that goes into their spirits is grown on-site, making them a global commodity.


Just When You Thought Things Couldn’t Get Weirder, A Vietnamese Chef Invents Coronaburgers

Whilst watching the film 'Monsters, Inc.' Hoang Tung thought that one of the main characters, Mike Wazowski, was shaped like the virus.


3 Reasons Starbucks Is A Buy @themotleyfool #stocks $sbux

The coffee chain has plans to grow, and shares are now trading at a discounted price.


Beer Goggles: Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

Times Like These Call for Something Stronger


Naturally Cultured Beverage Market Share, Trends And Leading Players By 2025: Sun Impex International Food, Theonista, Rejuvenation, Deka Spb Ltd, Deane’s Kombucha, Danone, Prima Food Ingredients, Food Alive, Townshed’s Tea Company, Etc. – Skyline Gazette


Captain Morgan Just Released A Creamsicle-inspired Rum

Maybe we?ll even get to drink it outside someday!


Try These Top Restaurants In Benoni

The Secret Garden Tucked away at Uncle Tim?s centre, The Secret Garden is an eatery offering vegan, vegetarian and meat... Read More


University Researchers Give Rare Insight In New Book On 17th Century Ad Men

The 400-year history of newspaper advertisements is the subject of two new books by researchers from the University of St Andrews, giving a rare insight into 17th-century life and the birth of modern