beverages

When you're enjoying your next cup of tea, it might be worth sparing a minute to think about the person who picked the leaves that go into your brew. By opting for fair trade you can be safe in the knowledge that tea growers are getting a fair price, and that your cuppa is creating a difference in the world.
To celebrate London Cocktail Week we wanted to bring you some weird and wonderful cocktails to try. *clinks glass* From kale
After water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. Global consumption of tea jumped 60% between 1993 and 2010 and we now drink more than 3 billion cups a day. As consumers around the world get a taste for different types of tea, consumption is set to continue to rise, particularly in Asian markets.
Last June, David Cameron announced a £1m Longitude Prize for the invention of the next penicillin, airplane or world wide
Things could get heated. According to a recent survey, the perfect cup of tea needs to be poured straight from a teapot, made
Wine and spirits retailer Majestic has reported a reasonable trading update for the Christmas period, with like for like
Although Stella Artois' performance has proved to be positive there is still a lack of awareness of the Belgian cider (or cidre). Mother (not my mother, but an advertising agency) have confronted this problem by creating the Cidre 'Cidre Duet' campaign.