Frozen food retailer Iceland has hit the headlines this week after a television advertisement by the supermarket was banned for being “too political”.
The range of advent calendars now available is staggering, and when it comes to vegan and cruelty-free options, there are a host of choices.
Today is World Vegan Day.
Recently opened Twisted Bar is taking a novel approach to its cocktail menu.
Whiskey is not for the faint-hearted, but Bushmills’ Black Bush is a whiskey for everyone.
Orbium, the latest release from Hendrick’s, is a quinine gin that promises the taste of a classic gin and tonic without the tonic.
The future of food is set to be snack-based, as regular meals are on the decline.
A pizza-making robot that can make up to 10 pizzas at a time has been developed with assistance from a world-champion pizza chef.
Thursday, 4 October marks National Vodka Day, a celebration of the world’s favourite spirit.
Gin sales in the UK have surged by 38% over the last 12 months according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association as the gin trend continues.
When you’re pouring your third, fourth, fifth glass of gin and tonic this weekend, you probably won’t put much thought into where it came from, how it got its juniper-heavy taste, or hangover-inducing qualities.
16 August marks National Rum Day, but you don’t have to be a pirate to enjoy it.
Impossible Foods, the company responsible for the meat-free Impossible Burger, has predicted that sustainability and innovation will become synonymous for future businesses as the realities of climate change set in.
With temperatures soaring around the globe, people are searching for ways to keep cool.
With over 600 different gins entered in this year’s International Wine and Spirit Competition, the trend for Mother’s Ruin shows no signs of abating.
Since cocktails and craft spirits have seen an incredible rise in popularity over recent years, a whole new market for luxury mixers has come with that trend.
On the 7th July, the world comes together to celebrate one of the most popular sweet treats: chocolate.
Gin experiences are all the rage at the moment.
Scoop: The Wonderful World of Ice Cream, a three month long ice cream exhibition forming a temporary museum, will arrive in London this summer.
According to a new study drinking coffee regularly can help you live longer.
The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has estimated that 14 million more pints will be drunk than in a non-World Cup year during the group stages.
Originally a guide to great food in France, the Michelin Guide has since expanded to increase restaurants and eateries around the globe, from Singapore street food stalls to the finest fine dining establishments in Paris, London and New York.
The UK is facing a severe shortage of CO2, which is going to have a huge knock-on effect on food and drink.
For those looking for a romantic night out, there are few options in the UK more tried and true than a meal in a top restaurant.
The next stop on the PGA Tour will see golf fans descend on Long Island to watch the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods compete for the US Open.
Seeing as wine is basically just made from fermented grapes, most drinkers have probably never considered vegan wine.
National Bourbon Day is celebrated annually on 14 June.
World Gin Day 2018 takes place on Saturday 9 June this year.
Highball cocktails are a big deal in Japan right now.
There’s no denying that coffee is the lifeblood that gets plenty of workers through the day.