Prepare To Sob Into Your Espresso: Coffee Prices Are Going Up

The man in the above photo is a model. It’s staged. To get that photo, I put “coffee” and “sad” into Getty Images, and voila: Sad Coffee Guy.

 

Michelin Guide Becomes Sole Owner Of The Robert Parker Wine Advocate

Back in the 1970s, 80s and even 90s, many lovers of gastronomy as well as those looking to visit tourist sites and boutique hotels around Europe, would use books that they held sacred, the Michelin Guides.

 

South Africa Loses Wine Legend Douglas Green At Age 89

Douglas Green Jnr, one of the legends of the South African wine industry and synonymous with one of the country’s leading brands, has passed away at the age of 89. He died on 10 November at his home in Somerset-West after a recent illness.

 

How Offal And Alcohol Gave Us Halloween

We might not gather around the dining table for a family meal during Halloween much, but that’s precisely why we have this creepy celebration in the first place.

 

South African Wineries With Haunted Histories

Few things are more captivating than a great bottle of wine, but ghost stories certainly run it close. 

 

The Harbour House Group meltdown

Together they built a business worth tens of millions, with 23 restaurants and thousands of fans.

 

The Top 10 Bartending Competitions To Enter In South Africa, According To Bartenders.

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there and everyone in the spirits business is hustling harder than a pusher on Long Street for positioning at the bar.

 

What Should Young Children Drink? Mostly Milk And Water, Scientists Say

Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.

 

South Africa Has New Draft Rules About Hot Drinks, And Ricoffy, Frisco, And Koffiehuis Are Definitely Not Coffee

South Africa has new draft rules about what may or may not be sold as coffee in South Africa – and some firm favourite mixtures that reference coffee in their names will be in the “not” list.

 

Gin Is Not Just For Drinking

Made of juniper berries, Gin is an alcoholic drink that originated in Europe. Throughout its history, gin has been a favourite of drinkers everywhere, especially in cocktails containing other substances, such as fruit juice and other alcoholic beverages. In addition to drinking it, gin also has many other uses.