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A juicy January

A new year, and once more I tell myself I should make more of an effort at sending weird and wonderful thoughts into cyberspace. But it’s a struggle trying to find time to do so, especially when there’s so many other things on my to do list, and of course the duvet is having a […]

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Ice, ice, baby

Those of you who follow my twitter feed will know that I’ve recently visited Canada. What can I say, it’s been an amazing holiday. As someone who travels to the US on a regular basis, Canada has been a real revelation, and my only regret is that I haven’t visited sooner. There have been so […]

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Gin Gin

Most people who know me, know that I’m not a beer drinker. The nearest I get is cider, which is especially lovely on a hot day with lots of ice. In fact my normal tipple of choice is Gin & Tonic, and while I’m no connoisseur, I’m quite happy to do extensive research into the […]

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Love my mojo

Smoothies are nothing new: a handy way to be vaguely healthy and maintain that desirable goal of ‘5 a day’. Innocent does seem to have the majority of the market sewn up here in the UK, so it’s nice to come across a new brand that is making attempts to do something a little different. […]

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Seeing the light

Magma is a new mineral water. Neither sparkling or still, it is a unique proposition from Spain, presented in distinctive 500ml aluminium bottles.  Part of its USP is that from the moment the water is drawn from deep underground until it has been poured into a glass, this water has never seen the light of […]

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In good spirits

A brand on the cutting edge of the premium cordials market, Thatcher’s Organic Artisan Liqueurs are made from sustainably farmed, all natural ingredients that are USDA certified organic . The brainchild of Dave Racicot, a former vice president of marketing for Campari and SKYY Spirits in the USA, Thatcher’s Organic Artisan Liqueurs are a line […]

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