Beenleigh Rum – The Artisan Distillery Beenleigh Rum is an Artisan distillery in Queensland Australia, the rum is distilled in traditional copper pots and aged in barrels. A History Leason Beenleigh Rum is the oldest known rum in Australia and was created by two English men John Davy and Francis Gooding, they gave up farming…
Ridgemill Estate is 10 minutes out of Stanthorpe, Queensland and is one of the best boutique wineries we have visited. May I also say that Jane and I have certainly visited a few wineries over the years and this was definitely a highlight for both of us.
One Fifty lashes is the flagship beer for James Squire, it’s name is from the story of James Squire receiving 150 lashes for stealing hops.
It is a nice wine is it their best no, but a safe and comfortable shiraz from the Barossa Valley, if you can’t get a shiraz right from there you are in trouble. This is no different great rich colour, wonderful aroma and excellent taste. It is a full-bodied dry wine which would go well with steak or a winter casserole.
TINTARA CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2017has been synonymous with Hardy’s since 1861. The core range can be a bit hit and miss however this is a hit as far as I am concerned. It is quite soft on the pallet and has the typical Mclaren Vale flavours that we are used to.
James Squire Broken Shackles is the new kid on the block. It is an easy to drink Larger that is an enjoyable beer.
What are Cleanskins? We let you know. Over the years cleanskins have come a long way since there introduction by winemakers in the early 2000s. At Lifestyle and Living, we are breaking down the myths that cleanskins are a cheap nasty wine and that you may crack a good one now and then. Cleanskins are…
I have enjoyed James Squire beers for years now and the keep telling the story through the names of their beers. This month we look at three of them
Wild Turkey Longbranch has been around since 1855 and this in my opinion is the best they have made, Longbranch, just on its own and you thats all it needs
The two spellings of whisky are like most words today, one is based on the from the Scotts and the other comes from the Gaelic word uisge which in short means “Water of Life