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< Wednesday 26 August 2020 >

The Glendronach Set To Release Second Expression Fit For A Kingsman

The GlenDronach Distillery is pleased to announce the exclusive release of The GlenDronach Kingsman Edition 1989 Vintage, the second expression created in collaboration with Matthew Vaughn, to mark the upcoming release of “The King’s Man” by 20th Century Studios and MARV. 

 

Food and Drink Inspired Cakes For Weddings, Birthdays or Any Random Celebration

Appearances can be deceptive, especially in the world of instagrammable victuals. Pastry cooks and aspiring bakers are using unusual decorations to turn regular meals into decadent cakes that resemble the real deal.

 

La Motte Releases The New Vintage Of Its Popular Millennium

La Motte in Franschhoek has released the 2018 edition of its Millennium, a fine example of a well-made Bordeaux-style red blend.

 

Ban Lifted On SA Wine Sales But Industry Needs Buyers’ Support

Wine producers across South Africa have welcomed the lifting of the ban on alcohol sales from midnight 17th August 2020, but the industry still needs the support of buyers nationally and internationally in order to protect jobs, says Penny Streeter, CEO of Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate. The industry has suffered hugely from the effects of the restriction on wine sales in South Africa, she says, which is the only country where there has been a ban during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.

 
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Impact Of Outbreak Of Coronavirus (covid-19) On Rum Cachaca Market 2020 Growth Factors

 

Heineken® And Amstel`s Ads Listed Among `best-liked Ads` Of 2019

HEINEKEN has announced that two of its South African beer brands have made it onto the list of the country`s favourite commercials. Heineken® and Amstel are the only beer brands to feature in the

 

Wine Tasting Reopens At De Grendel

We are delighted to announce that our Tasting Room & Lounge will be open for wine tasting and sales again from Saturday, 22 August 2020. Please take note of the different operational times for tas

 

Parks In Cape Town

Cape Town has an abundance of public parks where residents can kick back and relax after work or over weekends.

 
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The Roots Of Rooibos Tea

We take a look at the history of rooibos tea, a proudly South African tea that you?re going to want to drink six times a day.

 

Location Of Western Cape’s First Starbucks, Revealed

 

Jungle Taystee Wheat Porridge Is Making A Comeback

The original cereal product will be back on South African shelves soon.

 

Watch: This Graphic Designer Makes Mini-celebrity Outfits Out Of Food

Ruby Perman is playing with food in a way that will have you seeing stars.

 

Diageo’s Ketel One Botanical Vodka Spritz

Diageo is to release a range of flavoured, low-calorie, RTD cocktails under its Ketel One brand in the US.

 

Heineken South Africa Women’s Month Entrepreneur

This #WomensMonth, Heineken South Africa has partnered with Bizcommunity to showcase the phenomenal work and impact of women entrepreneurs like Divya Vasant...

 

Coca-cola Vs Pepsico: Which Beverage Giant Is A Better Pick?

The pandemic had a mixed impact on packaged food and beverage companies. The stay-at-home orders led to increased demand in the at-home channel. However, lower sales in on-the-go channels significantl

 

Pepsico Becomes Proud Sponsor Of Uefa Women’s Football

/PRNewswire/ -- Ahead of the UEFA Women's Champions League final on August 30th, PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP) has announced its multi-year premier partnership with...

 

Tequila Market Demand And Growth Analysis 2020-2025

 

Orange Soda Market Size 2020

 

Budweiser: King Of Beers

Budweiser Brewing Group has launched a major advertising campaign for the Budweiser brand in the Republic of Ireland, focusing on its superior smooth taste.

 

Bacardi Spiced Released In Australia

The launch was driven by the increasing global demand for flavoured rum.

 

How Is Corona Beer Doing 7 Months Into Coronavirus?

Back in January, Mark wondered if the new coronavirus would wipe out Corona beer in the same way AIDS killed the anti-suppressant candy Ayds in the 1980s. After all, days before Mark?s post, ?

 

No, The Coronavirus Didn’t Kill Corona Beer

It?s been one hell of a year for the bestselling Mexican beer brand but it hasn?t just survived, it?s actually prospered.

 

Greg Sherwood Mw: Accepting Sa Wine’s Greatness

What does greatness require of a wine producer? It's an age-old question, one which those of us in the world of marketing agonize over day today. But when

 

Vodka Market Aims To Expand At Double Digit Growth Rate