Caperitif, A Forgotten Aperitif From South Africa, Is Back After 100 Years


Caperitif is a fortified and aromatized wine similar to vermouth, made bitter with cinchona bark, a major ingredient in tonic water.

 

Western Cape Plans To Make It Harder To Get A Drink


The provincial government says taxpayers spend more on mitigating the ill effects of alcohol abuse than the sector contributes in tax and excise

 

South African Wines See Increased Interest From Us Consumers


 

No Surprises As Nairobi Emerges Africa’s 4th Most Expensive Capital City


Nairobi is Africa’s fourth most expensive African city to live in, according to a cost of living index prepared for various cities across the world. Expatistan, an online cost of living calculator,

 

Kenyan Entrepreneur Rushes To Stock Conor Mcgregor’s ‘notorious’ Irish Whiskey


 

Rum, Guns And Tea: Unfazed Floridians Don’t Let Irma Dampen Spirits


As veterans of at least half a dozen hurricanes, Steve and Sarah Griffin knew exactly how to cope when Irma bore down on their Clearwater, Florida, home: host an impromptu party for friends who had ev

 

Competition Increases In Kenya’s Beer Industry


The history of attempting to control Kenya's lucrative alcohol market has been anything but smooth.

 

Waverley Hills Restaurant


Waverley Hills Restaurant has a great variety of dishes and prices, friendly local staff, great food and beautifully presented!

 

Researchers Unveiled The First Chicken Meat Grown Without Chickens


Lab-grown meats reduce the reliance of natural resources, but are currently costly endeavors: the first engineered meatball cost $18,000 a pound to produce.

 

A Tour Through Newlands Brewery


Finally tried the brewery tour...

 
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