A 100 year old pubs’ black list of drunk women

It seems this is getting a bit of a girlpower day. Earlier we brought you the historical tale of pharao Cleopatra VII. And here’s a second post about female drinkers. In England pictures have been revealed after 100 years. On them portraits of women who were banned from Birmingham bars. All the ‘ladies’ on these…

Pisco, the tasty traditional spirit of Peru

Today it’s Peruvian Independence Day and for this occasion we’ll make today a theme day. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, one post at a time. In this one we’ll discuss the national strong drink of Peru called pisco, the so called pisco wars and the recipe for the 2 most common cocktails that…

Georgia, home of the oldest wine tradition in the world

It’s still not really sure which people or tribe discovered the great invention of wine. However the oldest civilization that is known for it’s wine drinking were not the Romans or the ancient Greeks, but the Georgians. Say what? Yes that country in the Caucasus between Russia and Turkey. We told you about their cure…