Certain alcohol doesn’t freeze in the freezer so you’re doing your party and your drink a disservice by not taking advantage of that.
We’ve all heard the term ‘Mother’s Ruin’, referring to gin. How much do you know about what led to the term being coined?
Just when you think you’ve hit peak Cape Town, Pick n Pay comes along and delivers the goods. You can’t help but laugh, really.
Over the past few years, the South African craft gin craze has kicked into overdrive. Looks like the world is taking notice.
It never hurts to have a few facts up your sleeve, when the time comes to enjoy that post-work drink. Turns out an old favourite is packing a serious punch.
Oh, you took a picture of your drink with the sun setting behind it? That’s cool, but I reckon you’re missing a trick.
Everyone knows about the Mother City’s most famous high tea spots. Turns out there’s a new one in the Waterfront that almost slipped us by.
You might not call it “Indian tonic water”, but purveyors of the mixer do. So what’s the reason? We went deep into the history books and found out why.
It’s all about the pink, baby. You might have realised that pink seems to be everywhere you look, and we wanted to find out why.
Gin, hey. The juniper-based alcohol has taken off in Cape Town, which has left many of us wondering why? Well, here’s our take on the matter.
If you’ve fallen into the soda / tonic mix-up over the past few months don’t worry, you’re not alone. Turns out Schweppes really dropped the ball with this one.
Ever had one of those drinks that comes with every garnish ever known to humankind? This classic comparison of two G&T’s hits the nail on the head.
There was a time when a case of beer cost less than R100. Those days are gone, but you can still land great deals if you know what you’re doing.