Drinks

UK Schoolgirl ‘paralysed by energy drink’ is told one more bottle could ‘kill her’ as mum warns other parents over dangers

A high school girl who drank energy drinks bought from the ice cream van parked outside her school was rushed to hospital in an ambulance after suffering from stroke-like symptons. Now Catlin Fraser has been warned by doctors not to drink anymore of her favourite energy drinks – because she could have a heart attack. The 13-year-old who is a top student at Coatbridge High School in North Lanarkshire –

Tanzanian brewer wins global acclaim

Serengeti Breweries Limited (SBL) has been awarded the International High Quality Trophy 2015 and the Crystal Prestige Trophy 2015 by the Brussels-based International Institute for Quality Selections. SBL’s products, the Serengeti Premium Larger was also awarded Gold Medal 2015, by the same institute. “It is a non-competitive award open to food and drink products.  Consumer products are tasted and tested in order to grant them a quality label,” detailed SBL’s

7 cocktail trends: How we drink in 2015

More trouble and less snobbery at cocktail bars. There are probably not a worse time to visit New Orleans in the United states than July. But it was not the world’s leading bartenders, spirits producers and cocktail geeks back when they last week flocked to the world’s largest cocktail festival in New Orleans rear summer heat. At the festival, Tales of the Cocktail met about 50,000 cocktail geeks over 6