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What Drinks Are Preferred By Casino Visitors In 2021?

The year 2020 has been a long, hard one for many people around the world. In Norway, travel restrictions meant we were buying drinks from the Vinmonopolet and gambling online. We’ve used different guides to find acceptable Norske bettingsider and sipped our beer and wine at home. 


Secret Service Agents Confiscate Vodka Made At Chernobyl’s Radioactive Zone

Secret service agents in Ukrain have confiscated the first shipment of vodka produced inside Chernobyl’s radioactive zone – with manufacturers questioning their motives. Atomik vodka is made from apples grown in the Narodychi district, part of the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power plant.

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How Burgers, Boerewors and Biltong Make Meatless May Easier

Burgers, boerewors and biltong; in a meat loving country like South Africa, favourites like these would traditionally be on the list of reasons to scoff at the idea of going meat-free – but this year local food awareness NGO ProVeg South Africa is urging people to use these products (with a twist) as a tool for going green with #MeatlessMay.


Three Generations Of Distillery Knowledge In Every Sip Of Triple Three Gin

Three generations of dedication have gone into perfecting the smooth and pure taste that is in every sip of Triple Three Gin.


Chamonix Estate Awaits The Fruits Of Memorable Vintage 2021

The anticipated influence of this year’s long, cool and slow-ripening vintage in the Cape Winelands is currently present in the tanks and barrels of Chamonix Estate’s young wines from 2021, and the cellar team is champing at the bit to introduce these to the discerning wine public. Picking-season in Chamonix’s Franschhoek mountain vineyards commenced two week later than normal with the cool conditions persisting through-out the harvest. This resulted in a harvest only ending at the end of April, the wines of which are being seen as destined for classic status.


Seasoned Winemaker Samuel Viljoen Takes Over The Reins At Nederburg

Nederburg’s new cellar-master is Samuel Viljoen (40). He has been part of the award-winning winery team since 2007, first as an assistant, and from 2014 as its fully-fledged winemaker of Nederburg’s reds.  He succeeds Lizelle Gerber, who has left to pursue other interests. 


Spring Cocktails To Celebrate Easing Of Lockdown – With Rock Rose Gin’s Spring Edition

CELEBRATE the prospect of emerging from lockdown by making cocktails with a spirit especially made for Spring, which helps to capture the fresh,…


Splice The Mainbrace! Pusser’s Rum, Black Tot Day, And The End Of A Royal Navy Tradition – Quill & Pad

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South Africa : Starbucks Aims To Become A Habit ‘rather Than Destination’ Says Ceo Maizey

Starbucks has plans to expand across South Africa, with an eye to targeting neighbourhoods rather than malls.


A Pawfect Pooch-and-family-friendly Day At Kanu Wines

Kanu Wines is a family-friendly wine farm and will be hosting an event on Saturday, May 29, where all dog owners are welcome to bring their fur babies along.Families will be able to walk their doggos