12 Interesting Facts About TABASCO®


The McIIhenny Company, the Louisiana-based company behind TABASCO®, is celebrating the 150-year anniversary of their iconic sauce.

 

This Man Will Eat Anything The People Of The Internet Ask Him To


There are quite a few ways to achieve virality. Eating anything the internet asks you to is just one simple way of doing it.

 

Watermelon is as hydrating as a glass of water


Don’t get this wrong — the best way to stay hydrated is to drink plain water or another beverage that has electrolytes. But if you’ve had your fill of water and still feel dehydrated, certain types of food could do the trick.

 

Cooleo launches world’s first double-layered wine bottle


The world’s first double-layered wine bottle has been released by a German start-up, with an aim to provide ‘a modern and functional bottle’ with ‘longer drinking pleasure’.

 

The History of Gin


Gin has come a long way since it first appeared as genever in the mid-1500s. François De le Boë (sometimes known Franciscus Sylvius), a Dutch doctor looking to cure the tropical maladies suffered by Holland’s traders, is generally credited with spreading genever’s popularity.

 

These Wine Pool Floats Are A Must-Have Boozy Summer Accessory


Dubbed the “Luxury Car of Swimming Pool Toys,” these wine pool floats by Kangaroo are perfect for lazy summer days.

 

Someone Has Been Selling Hot Dog Water For £21 To Prove People Will Buy Anything


Imagine turning up to a festival and finding that someone was selling something called Hot Dog Water for over £20 a bottle.

 

This Bloody Mary Has a Whole Fried Chicken In It


We’ve already been subjected to the $53 monstrosity from Score on Davie in Canada that includes a roast chicken, burger, onion rings, brownie, pulled pork mac and cheese dog, and some other stuff.

 

Was Coca-Cola actually invented in Spain?


The origin of the first-ever Coca-Cola recipe is in question.

 

Cockroach milk could be the next non-dairy fad with three times the energy


While most would prefer to see cockroaches squashed on the back of a shoe, the creepy critters may soon be popping up on cafe menus across the nation.