Category Archives: Blog

Danger 5 Cocktails

These cocktails inspired by the Aussie comedy Danger 5 are perfect for fans and non-fans alike.  While it may not be to everyone’s tastes, try this if you’re looking for something a little different.

Moderate Drinking May be Good for Your Heart

A new study published in the journal BMC Medicine found that moderate drinking may lower risk of heart disease. The finding was more pronounced in people who consumed alcohol moderately in a consistent way, as compared to people who had unstable drinking patterns who were more likely to suffer coronary heart disease. The researchers examined […]

Ultimate Barbeque Cocktail

If you’re planning a barbeque or party anytime soon, this is the perfect centre-piece for your table that happens to double as a server for your delicious Watermelon cocktail. Learn to make the cocktail and the dispenser here. Watch and see how you’re going to impress your guests at your next soiree.

Study Shows Arteries Damaged by Early Smoking and Drinking

A study by The University College London (UCL) found that the combination of high alcohol consumption and smoking increased the risk of hardened arteries in teenagers by the age of 17. The study found that the combination of smoking and drinking by teens increased the risk compared to drinking and smoking separately. Arterial stiffness is […]

Drinking at a 50 Year Low in Australia

According to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australians are consuming less alcohol than they have in the last 50 years. The data reveals that 186 million litres of pure alcohol was consumed in 2016/17 across Australia, this is the lowest amount since 1961-62. Overall this equates to 9.4 litres of pure alcohol for […]

What to Drink if You Can’t Drink Alcohol

According to a DrinkWise study, the number of people in Australia choosing to abstain from alcohol for various reasons is increasing. In 2017, the study found that 20 per cent of Australians abstained from alcohol – this was a 9 per cent increase from the previous decade. But if you’re thinking of cutting back on […]


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