In life, there are certain pairings that, after finding each other, become inseparable. Such as; peanut butter and jelly, Cheech and Chong, macaroni and cheese, Kanye and Kanye, to name a few. According to the experts (us), you haven't lived until you have tried the pairing you didn't know you needed: sparkling wine and french fries.
Merriam-Webster dictionary first recognized the term “fast food” in 1951. Following World War I, automobiles became popular and more affordable. At that time, restaurants introduced the drive-in.
Fun fact: The first Happy Meal was served in June of 1979.
It's National Fast Food Day so we are celebrating with, arguably, the best french fries on the planet. The salt and crunch from McDonald's fries are the perfect balance to the zesty acidity and small bubbles from Pleasure Trip. If you want to try this pairing, you better get your hands on Pleasure Trip before it's gone for good! 🤩
With a history dating back to 1870 in Tasmania, Australia, Blundstone has long been the footwear of choice for everyone from war soldiers, expeditionists, factory workers, farmers, artists, chefs, and even winemakers.
Our winemaker, Bertus, has been wearing Blundstones for 10 years now so we're stoked to announce that we got him featured!
"I got my first pair in 2011 when I was here for harvest. I'm a fan, yeah a Blundstone believer."
In 1968, Blundstone introduced the 500 series (colloquially known as "Blunnies") which were laceless, elastic-sided, ankle-length boots. Made from durable weatherproofed leather, with a cushioned midsole, and slip-proof outsole, Blunnies were ideal work boots for the heat, sun, mud, dust, river crossings, and other hazards encountered in the Australian outback.
To celebrate Bertus' feature, we created a special offer: