Someone offers you coffee brewed with liquid nitrogen — you're intrigued! Then they tell you your baristas are the couple from the Hydraulic Press Channel — you should know how this is going to turn out.
As this beautifully animated short proves, caffeine is a hell of a drug.
It’s the early ’90s in the Pacific Northwest — what’s really in that mug? Eater investigates.
Germans have water sommeliers, rating systems, and firm preferences. Mineral water is by far the most popular non-alcoholic beverage in the country.
Watch the precocious Ms. Mazzy make the perfect summer treat — sugary, sweet bubble tea — from scratch.
A closer look at large dairy operations highlights critical weaknesses in the unorthodox inspection system that the Agriculture Department uses to ensure that "organic" milk is really organic.
This video is for people who fall in the center of the Venn diagram of "whiskey nerds" and "science geeks."
At first glance, it is reasonable to think that juice has health benefits. Whole fruit is healthy, and juice comes from fruit, so it must be healthy, too. But when you make juice, you leave some of the most wholesome parts of the fruit behind.
The US firm said it will cut 1,200 jobs starting later this year.
Coca-Cola Plus rolled out in Japan in February.
Two investors in Juicero were surprised to learn the startup’s juice packs could be squeezed by hand without using its high-tech machine.
Last year, Bloomington, Indiana won the award for best tasting tap water. But how and why does water from different places taste different?