Blake Lively loves to party but doesn’t necessarily like to get boozed up. She has a few interesting tips to share with those who might feel the same way.
The festive season is rapidly approaching, which usually means the social calendar starts filling up and your liver takes a pounding.
Even if you’re not getting all dressed up with a Halloween party to throw or go to, these bloody good cocktails are worth getting festive over.
In South Africa, September 1 is known as Spring Day. That’s not to say everybody is in favour of that date being heralded as the beginning of spring.
There are few things out there that beat a refreshing G&T. That being said, tonic is more versatile than you may think.
Well done to those who stocked up, and commiserations to those who didn’t. I guess pineapple beer is back with a vengeance.
I’ve had a few friends tell me that they plan on skipping alcohol next month, in search of a ‘cleanse’ or ‘reboot’.
Alcohol trends change often but two of them have been gaining traction over the past year or so and show no signs of slowing down.
We’re already halfway through ‘Dry January’, and a few of us may already have fallen off the wagon, but with a little motivation, it’s not too late to get back in the game.
Take a trip down memory lane with time-honoured bespoke classic soft drinks, which hark back to days of old.
If you’re a fan of G&Ts, sunshine, and fresh air with safe physical distancing measures in place, then you don’t want to miss The Cape Town Gin & Tonic Experience.
Look, no judgement – if you’re a purist, do what feels right, but for the more adventurous rum enthusiast, we have some alternate mixers to spice things up.
The only thing better than a fine craft gin is free craft gin, so we’ve partnered with Cape Town Gin to bring you a fantastic Heritage Day giveaway.
The last few months have been incredibly tough for countless South African businesses, and now really is the time to start supporting each other.
If you’re celebrating the end of the prohibition on alcohol sales this weekend with some quality tipple, there’s no harm in trying out something new.
We’re all looking for ways to stay healthy without compromising on the quality or taste of what we eat, and the same is true for what we drink.
You already know that a G&T tastes great. What you probably didn’t know is that a battle royale is waging in your glass to make it so.
Easter egg hunts aren’t just for kids. In this online hunt for adults, finding four hidden eggs could land you in the running for some Takealot vouchers.
Despite our sluggish economy (that’s putting it mildly), South Africa’s carbonated soft drinks market is still doing alright. There’s a crafty reason for that.
It’s almost here, hunty! So sequin that dress, snatch that lewk, and unpack that rainbow Pride flag because Cape Town is about to get turnt out.
You’ve heard of Vanilla Coke and Cherry Coke, but what about eel-flavoured cola and some other oddities? Perhaps this has gone a little too far.
The three shortlisted films from this year’s Bokeh South African International Film Festival are proof that South Africa is home to some incomparable talent.
We all have that one friend who isn’t up for the party at first, but then ends up staying later than everyone else.
As we head into summer, we’re seeing a drinks trend that is all about adopting a unique colour and flavour palette.
Are you one of those people that likes to grab a little bit of this, just a taste of that, with an extra dash of something else on the side? You’ll like this menu idea, then.
I know you’ve hiked Lion’s Head, but have you ever trekked through the Cape mountains in search of adventure? This explorer has.