Just add vodka and wait 4 weeks. Ok not quite, but making your own coffee liqueur at home is rather straight forward. You can even bottle your creation and call it Espresso Martini On The Go.
Humans who love horses are a unique breed, just like cat lovers. The same goes for wine lovers. Equestrians and wine go hand-in-hoof. It’s a kind of chicken and the egg scenario, isn’t it? As long as there have been equestrians, there has been wine, both for celebratory and consolatory purposes.
On a recent trip to Paarl, I veered off the path most-travelled and ventured to one of South Africa’s lesser-known wine regions. Characterised by its off-the-beaten-path locations, cultural and culinary offerings, and a refreshing lack of bling, the Wellington wine route offers a novel perspective on the winelands of South Africa.
For experienced stoners, the same old method of flower indulgence loses its edge over time. There are only so many times you can fire up that resin-filled pipe or bake a time-intensive batch of edibles. Whether you rely on a sleek dab rig like this for your daily dose of flower, or prefer to sip on a 420-friendly cocktail, opportunities to savor herb are far from few and far between. Luckily, the leaf industry is constantly innovating new exciting ways of appreciating nature’s potent herb. One such creation is what’s known as a flower-friendly cocktail. A delicious and unique beverage combining alcohol and ganja, herb cocktails are quickly becoming popular amongst bartenders and budtenders alike.
Traditionally, sake is the preferred pairing for sushi, but with people constantly looking for new and interesting ways to spice up their meals, the sushi-whisky combo is quickly crossing culinary borders.
Let’s be honest, no brunch is complete without a Mimosa or two alongside your Eggs Benedict. The celebratory sip with its life-giving abilities has become synonymous with a weekend well-spent. So to whom do we owe the thanks for our favourite brunch-time treat?