On the agenda this month, coffee, tea, and water … the three most-consumed drinks on the planet. When it comes to water, over and above the countless pollution scandals concerning it, one might sincerely wonder if the “mother of all our drinks” will, in the decades to come, still be drinkable in its natural state?
We have, as we do every month, the best of the beverage news right here: the medical world prescribing coffee, contraband alcohol that’s killing en masse, a thirst-stricken France in 2050, a 23-mile-long river of whiskey, wine in cans: the ultimate sacrilege or a challenge to a French way of life?, the woman who always sells (even coffee), and finally a power struggle between wine and GAFA …
The top 30 best wines, according to Vivino and Forbes Magazine, the benefits of lemon, a man from Ohio who is going to fast for 40 days, getting his nutrients only from … beer, the scandalous tale of a Zambian energy drink that energized parts other drinks couldn’t reach, Iceland’s strange prohibition, curing dipsomaniac rats …
France still in First Place for Wine, Egypt’s Grands Crus rediscovered!, Brexit and the scottish whisky indutrie, the coffee initiative in Kenya, and the latest news from the world of drinks … B. B. Modi Fratacci Djibouti offers you a round-up of the best articles from the specialist media every month.
Planting a vine on Mars, the alcohol industry’s rather unscrupulous marketing ploys, liquidized “detox” diets, Metallica swapping their guitars and microphones for brewers’ aprons, and the latest news from the world of drinks … B. B. Modi Fratacci Djibouti offers you a round-up of the best articles from the specialist media every month.
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