Where is rum and sugar from? What are there connections to Africa? This article is about rum, sugar and human property; a tapestry of trade woven into the histories of the Caribbean, Britain, America and Africa. In addition to finding out where rum comes from the reader will find out about how European wealth on a massive scale was generated from the work of enslaved Africans in the Caribbean for generations which has created an imbalance in power right up to today based on the business of international trade.
Consumers' buying habits are shifting in response to coronavirus. More and more consumers are stockpiling food out of fear and it is more than just plain goods, such as coffee, tea, and dark chocolate. There is no reason to be 'stockpiling' or buying African food and drinks supplies in bulk. Food delivery to your home is the safest way to get food during coronavirus concern times.
Not many consumers who drink coffee know about the history of their money drink and it connection to Africa. If you ask a person today about coffee the first thing that may come into their mind is Italian espresso or latte with a french croissant. Not many people know that the coffee bean has a history beyond Europe and the Americas.
A great ten days in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, East Africa to start the new decade 2020. This is the country where coffee comes from. Specifically the wonders of the wild Ethiopian mountains. The very popular drink drunk everyday on mas is made by beans and the coffee plant is grown and originated from this part of the world. It is the area where you will find the most diverse coffee plant varieties. The word ‘coffee’ derives from ‘Kafa’, a region in south west Ethiopia.
Africa on the Square returns to Trafalgar Square for the fourth time on Saturday 14th October.
South African wine has a history dating back to 1659 with Constantia, a vineyard near Cape Town, being considered one of the greatest wines in the world. Recent access to international markets has unleashed a burst of new energy and new investment. We wish now to make you aware of these wines. We would then love you to try African food and pair this with South African wine. With this in mind here is how to 'taste' wine like a pro and a guide to pairing food with wine.
South Africa has transformed its wine industry. This year and from now on we need to now look at the country's wine regions, we need to start following the people and finally supporting with our money. With more than 500 private wineries we need to give feedback to theses Africans. Let's think about pairing South African wines with African food. South African wines are on an all-time high, across all styles. Now is the time to drink South African wines. So would you like to know more about South African Wines? Here is our short guide.
A Quiet Food And Drinks Revolution
African foodie lovers now have a drink of taste to sample with their African meals Baobab Bouye and Hibiscus Wonjo which comes from independent producer of exotic, healthy bottled drinks Eliza Jones her company is Chosan.
All we can say is that this is good news for those of us who are hungry for all thing to do with African culture, food and drink. Here we spoke to Eliza about the Chosan entrepreneurial venture...
So what do Africans love to drink? West Africans like to drink Ginger Beer, Lemon Grass Drink, Pineapple Drink and Orange Ade these are the non alcoholic drinks. Mildly alcoholic, probably about 1% alcohol is palm wine. Poyo is palm wine, Salone’s favorite native adult beverage. Milky-white in color, it’s surprisingly thin and almost frothy when fresh, which is how you want to taste it. Here are drinks Africans like to drink.