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  • Wine Lovers Set To Flock to Sydney

    As the weather slowly warms up and a day out doesn’t require a scarf, jacket and sweater, festivals become exciting again. On 14th and 15th of October, Rosehill Racecourse will host the Sydney Wine Festival. Over 60 wineries will be there over the weekend serving solely NSW wines. This is...
  • Socks For The Mountain Or Pub – Wigwam Peak 2 Pub

    Over the past week I’ve thought more about socks than probably during my whole lifetime. Why? Well the good people at Wigwam sent me a pair from the new “Peak 2 Pub” range. The what? I hear you say, more on that in a sec. But since their arrival...
  • New Shaver Set to Tackle Thick, Thin and Tricky

    Braun are a household name when it comes to products in the bathroom with toothbrushes and shavers topping the list for us men. Their focus on innovation and desire to be the best keeps their products improving year on year. Their latest announcement follows this trend. The Braun Series...
  • Adding Port to the Dessert

    A bottle of Port is stereotypically seen in a grandfathers liquor cabinet, sipped slowly while sitting on an old leather couch and under the low light from a lamp shade. For that reason people generally aren’t keen to experiment or try new ways of enjoying this fortified wine. Before...
  • Never Cry Over Spilt Wine or Coffee Again

    Starting the day with coffee is a typical human tradition. A poorly made coffee is bad, spilling your coffee is the worst though. If you talk with your hands at all then you’ve likely knocked over a vase, a coffee, a wine glass or even a person. A smart...
  • Bosch eBike System Tested

    It’s been over 200 years since the bicycle first landed on the planet, the concept of riding a horse which had wheels for legs and wasn’t actually a horse was an insane idea. The bicycle has gone through so many changes such as gearing, braking systems, manufacturing materials of...
  • Keeping Handrails Clean So You Can Hold On

    Escalator, Spanish for “moving staircase”, is also a hygiene nightmare. Here we have a staircase that moves on it’s own, you’re meant to stand as it takes you up or down and to do so safely we tell our kids to hold onto the handrail. Many don’t follow this...
  • We Put Coke “No Sugar” to the Test

    Coca-Cola has been around since 1886 and have been producing classics from day one. Coca-Cola basically  invented Santa Claus in some ways, expanded their line up to include a variety of flavours and expanded from Cola into a whole range of other products including Fanta, Sprite and even water. The...
  • Serving Rum Four Ways

    For two days this weekend The Vic in Marrickville is set to host the Kraken Karnival. Showcasing the Kraken Black Spiced Rum throughout the event you’ll taste it in food and cocktails. If you can make it to the event, here’s what’s in store, for those who can’t –...
  • The World’s Best Steak Source, Australia!

    This week, over 100 entrants from 17 countries went to London to compete in the annual World Steak Challenge. This isn’t a competition where Chef’s compete, but a place where the quality of the source product is compared, judged and awarded. Australia, take a bow. Jack’s Creek, started in...
  • Tested: Australia’s Best Pizza

    Living in Australia and hoping for some truly authentic pizza could mean flying to Italy. Some restaurants in Sydney have come close to achieving the real thing and now it’s amazing to discover that Australia’s Best Pizza is actually in a business district outside of Sydney. Verace Pizzeria is...
  • Post-it Dry Erase review: Whiteboards anywhere!

    Have you ever just wanted to do some brainstorming, jotting – the kinda thing you get a meeting room for and use the whiteboard?  Well now you can do it at your desk – and for the kids desks, this is awesome. It’s a new product from the folks at...
  • What to look for when buying a fridge! How they’ve changed over the years

    You may not consider a Fridge to be anything more than a box with doors that cools or freezes your food.  Well since you last bought one a heck of a lot has changed. Just have a think for a moment about how long ago it was that you...
  • Nespresso Returns To Milan

    Firstly, hit this link and come straight back to continue reading. That sound takes us straight back to Italy, the type of song you would hear in a cafe there, in Milan even. We paired this tune with a coffee we haven’t tasted in years. The moment was lovely....
  • Taking KFC to outback QLD

    Birdsville is a town around 700km north of Mt Isa, 1500km west of Brisbane and 1,100km from Alice Springs. It’s what many would call “the middle of nowhere”. Birdsville has a population of 115 which is rapidly expanded when the Big Red Bash music festival arrives between July 4th...
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