Prince William and Harry banned from eating garlic


Former cook of the royals’ Carolyn Robb – who was employed as Executive Chef at Kensington Palace by their father, Prince Charles,

 

Rice Wine Mixed With Fermented Human Poo is a thing in Korean


Unlike Bill Gates, in Korean people drink real shitty wine. “Ttongsul” is a Korean rice wine mixed with the fermented turd of a human child. It has an alcoholic content of around 9 percent. Little is known about the origins of what is surely one of the world’s most bizarre and gag-inducing medicines. Vice investigates.

 
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Nigeria now second fastest growing market in the world for Champagne


Nigerians spent £38m on Champagne last year, and data analyst Euromonitor forecasts that the country will splash out £68m on Champagne in 2017, with consumption in the west African country predicted to reach 1.1m litres by 2017.

 

6 Secrets of Cooking With Wine


You know those bottles of wine you picked up because they were on sale, and now you’re wondering what you are going to do with them?

 

How to choose the perfect vodka for any occasion


A good of vodka shot is a perfect way to celebrate any occasion and it’s therefor important to pick the perfect vodka for the celebration.

 

Heavy Drinking Is Fine for Your Marriage So Long as You`re Both Drunks


A recent study by the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions followed 634 married couples over nine years to provide a scientific basis for the “uh, duh” notion that heavy drinking (defined as “six or more drinks at one time or drinking to intoxication”) can bring on the divorce.

 
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Specially Designed Beer Glass Prevents Phone Use In Bars


These days everybody can be pretty obsessed with their cell phones even when they’re in a restaurant or at a bar with friends.

 

The story behind the bat on Bacardi`s logo


Ever wonder why the legendary rum maker would choose a bat as its brand logo?

 

Nitrogen-Infused Coffee the New Coffee Craze


Nitrogen has many uses, including preventing the oxidation of beer, wine, juice and other beverages and freezing and cooling food. It can even be added to beverages like beer or coffee in place of carbon dioxide, which is exactly what coffee-drinkers are doing today, according to Eater.

 

Climate change might make your favorite wine disappear


Wine, as we have seen once again this week, seems to be a handy way to galvanise concerns about the future ill-effects of climate change.

 
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