Don't call it lemonade. Call it "limonata."
"The aftertaste tastes like the dentist office."
In 2011, 20,000 visits to the emergency room were related to energy drink consumption.
Scientists have struggled to find a use for waste acid whey, but a Cornell team is working on turning it into alcohol.
Affectionately dubbed "Old Sober," the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.
For reasons psychological and primal, something goes horribly awry once people are given the opportunity to drink and socialize en plein air. The environment stirs up an uncommonly alpha energy, lousy with entitlement and overpriced cocktails.
The fermented beverage’s unlikely rise from Soviet elixir to modern-day miracle drink
The moment the USSR began opening itself to international trade, the head of Pepsi's international division approached President Nixon about putting a Pepsi in the hand of Nikita Khrushchev.
"Natural wine" advocates say everything about the modern industry is ethically, ecologically and aesthetically wrong — and have triggered the biggest split in the wine world for a generation.
Holy shit, Joel, save some for the fishes!
Spindrift founder Bill Creelman wants to upend the seltzer industry and do for carbonated water what Sam Adams did for beer. And he's starting by asking what the competition is really made of.
As many as 60 million disposable Starbucks cups end up in landfills each year.
Yaupon tea, a botanical cousin to yerba maté, is now almost unknown.
The coffee giant is trying (and failing) to appeal to third-wave connoisseurs.
... and Napa Valley is forever changing as a result.
I sprinkled medicinal mushrooms in my morning cup of coffee and it had a surprising effect on my mood, energy, sleep, and more.
In farmhouses on the outskirts of Berlin in 1944, bottles clang and workers fill glass bottles of what was likely a cloudy, brownish liquid. This is one of Coca-Cola’s makeshift bottling operations, and they are making Nazi Germany’s signature beverage. Even during war, Germans want their Fanta.
It's that cooking oil you know and love, and it costs more than you think it should. So what would happen if you just went and chugged it all?
"Tea" spread by sea, while "cha" spread by land.
In that moment, he felt it all.
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