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<< Tuesday 26 January 2021 >

If you’re looking for a cocktail that’s equal parts sophisticated and secretive, we might have the perfect suggestion for you. Be warned though, consisting of neat liquor only, James Bond’s Vesper Martini packs a serious punch. No wonder 007 limited himself to just one when ‘concentrating’!


You are probably guilty of reboiling the water every morning when you turn the kettle on for you morning cup of tea or coffee. Apparently, it’s a foolish routine that could be detrimental to your health.


After the festive season you may want to take a break from booze for a spell, but don’t limit yourself to same old soda pop. Just a couple of dashes Angostura® aromatic bitters is enough to elevate any drink. Don’t believe us? Just try these refreshingly, crisp mocktails and see for yourself. Perfect for the sweltering heat of January! 


Let love and romance flourish at Nederburg’s The Manor this Valentine’s, by treating your loved one to a laid-back picnic or dreamy dinner by candlelight. 


The Restaurant Association of South Africa (Rasa) chief executive Wendy Alberts is leading a sit-in protest outside the Union Buildings in Tshwane until President Cyril Ramaphosa and his ministers agree to speak to her about the plight of the failing sector.


The UK distribution of Brown-Forman's entire portfolio will be brought in-house, marking the end of the company's agreement with Mangrove UK

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The ultimate list of the things to do In Cape Town on your first trip.


Brockmans Gin Ltd, the privately-owned company which owns Brockmans Gin, has appointed Guy Lawrence as its CEO. Guy Lawrence joined the [...]

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Beyond Meat and PepsiCo announced Tuesday that they've formed a joint venture to create, produce and market snacks and drinks with plant-based substitutes.


The Karoo ostrich might have had its updrafts and hard landings, but its legends still fly high.


From the '60s to the early 2000s, vodka was all the rage. How did the world?s most lucrative spirit lose its star appeal and stop being cool?


Restaurants have been hard hit by the curfew and alcohol ban.


Kenya Tea Packers' Ketepa Tea is now available in SA thanks to Mmakole Food & Beverages.


Oak Mountain Brewing Company in Pelham, Alabama has opened its new taproom. They will be producing their own beers and wines this spring.



Shares of Starbucks have risen 13% over the last year, giving the company a market value of $123 billion.


From smoky flavors to spicy margaritas, Bacardi highlights the trends it sees influencing the cocktail and wider spirits scene in 2021.


According to a survey conducted by The Craft Brewers Association of South Africa, the vast majority of local craft brewers don't see themselves surviving the third alcohol ban...


New release from whisky blender made with 28-year-old Bunnahabhain liquid