Will Booze TV Ever Go Mainstream?


TV is awash with shows about food and cooking. But drinking? Not so much. Kenny Herzog reports on why shows about booze have struggled to find mainstream success.

 

How to make the perfect cup of tea


Scientists have been studying tea brewing for at least 150 years. We explain how to make the best tea, and how to cut an Easter cake without letting it go dry.

 

How Bubbly Can Boost Brain Power


If you only taste Champagne on New Year’s Eve or at weddings, you may be missing out on a surprising cognitive benefit.

 

How to store wine to make it last


Thinking of socking away some bottles of your favourite wine for a later date? Aged wine can definitely be worth the wait, but sticking a bottle in a dark closet next to your hot water heater can jeopardize your investment.

 
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The criminal enterprise behind an island’s vintage crop


The crisp white wine smells of Mediterranean brush and its golden shimmer recalls the sun. Lamberto Frescobaldi, vice president of the Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi winemaker, shed a tear when he first tasted it.

 

Think Pink this Summer


During the cool months of the year, rosé wines get little notice and less respect.

 

10,000 Diamonds Went Into the Making Of This Vodka


Crystal Head Vodka is known for its distinctive skull-shaped bottle but did you know that the award-wining craft spirit is diamond filtered?

 

The world’s first beer themed hotel is set to open in San Diego


Bed and beer seems to be all the rage at the world’s very first beer themed hotel, set to open for business in San Diego in 2018.

 
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The Most Expensive Cities In The World To Buy A Beer


At $17.60 a beer, Lausanne in Switzerland is now the most expensive city in the world to buy a beer at a bar, according to the latest beer index report by GoEuro. Hong Kong, Paris and Zurich all tipped in at the top end with over $10 per beer.

 

Detroit chef creates 10-course menu based on Radiohead songs


Apparently, when a Detroit chef and Radiohead fan listens to the album “Kid A,” dishes like maple sugar-seared duck breast, pink peppercorn gastrique and orange juniper pearls go dancing in his head.