I haven’t seen Pepsi Raw available for sale in the United States. As far as I know, it is only being sold in Europe, but I do hope it makes it over here soon. It’s basically everything you love about Pepsi, just with more awesome.
For starters, it is made from all natural ingredients, including cane sugar, apple extract, caramel color…you get the idea. It comes in a super futuristic bottle, and the website has spiffy recipes to point out the full potential of Pepsi Raw.
Consider this, the “Tequila and RAW”: No salt, no lime, just the distinctive taste of Tequila unmasked by Raw’s unique natural flavours. A slow drink to be savoured.
This stuff is for real, I just hope it survives the British gauntlet and makes it over here to the good ol’ US of A.
I have no idea what this site is about, because it is supposedly the “Unicorn Wine Guild” but the blog is about tea. Either way, it has one of the most psychedelic logos I have ever seen. I mean, that logo couldn’t have been cheap. They were able to license the images of not one, but two unicorns. See the full post »
Great wine always tastes better with great water. I’ve become a water-phile somewhere along the way, and continue to explore new waters as I come across them. Here are my top 5 favorite waters that are widely available. See the full post »
With fall in full swing and Halloween on its way, that can only mean one thing to beer connoisseurs; pumpkin ale. What the seasonal Christmas Ale is to Christmas and the Oktoberfest Ale is to the fall harvest, Halloween has its very own pumpkin ale. Although pumpkin ale has been around for several years and has even been rumored that Thomas Jefferson used pumpkin to make beer way back when, it wasn’t a well-known beer until recently. It received a big boost in 2007 when the Great American Beer Festival gave it its very own subcategory in the fruits-and-veggies beer category. See the full post »
Did you know that at one point Schlitz was the biggest brewery in the world? Yes, it is true. Did you also know that after being bought by Pabst in 1999, Schlitz is now back and is produced in a way similar to the original 1960s recipe. See the full post »
This blog was inspired by a great story that ran today in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle about the rum runners of Lake Ontario. The newspaper had the ability to cite previous issues of itself dating back to 1921.
I was surprised to learn that prior to being a main route for alcohol smugglers during prohibition, Lake Ontario was a major gateway for fleeing slaves heading towards Canada. See the full post »
Night 1 of the American Wine & Food Festival was a beef extravaganza, with some of the Los Angeles’s best restaurants showing off their interpretations of what’s for dinner. The event was held at Wolfgang Puck’s Red Seven restaurant, and Chef Puck was on hand to shake hands and slurp down some wine himself. See the full post »
Mutineers JJ Bagley and Alan Kropf will be heading up to Washington this coming weekend to attend and judge the Yakima Valley Fresh Hop Ale Festival. Jessica Moskwa, Executive Director of the event, tells us what the event is all about: See the full post »