Milk and Coke. The Internets Next WTF Moment.


‘Thou shalt not mix Coke and milk’

 

Why Diet Soda Is Just As Bad


If you already heard about soda drinks as dangerous for your health, you should know that the situation with the diet soda isn’t better. Producers of the most popular soda drinks conceived an alternative, sweet soda drink but with zero sugar, does that mean that such type of drink is less harmful? No, as a matter of fact, it is even worse.

 

Coca-cola Is Releasing A New Flavour And It Sounds Gross


When you’re feeling risky, but not too risky, Coca-Cola’s got you covered. 

 

5 Soda Secrets Coca-Cola Isn’t Telling You


How much do you think you know about the iconic Coca-Cola soda brand? Here are five secrets that the company is hiding from you.

 

Three Ways You Can Make and Enjoy an Ice Cream Float


Your favourite ice cream soda, or what nowadays we call an ice cream float, is said to have been invented by Robert McCay Green back in 1874.

 

Do`s and Don`ts of Alcohol and Soft Drinks Storage


Many pedantic people are sure that a refrigerator should be used exclusively for storing food products, but it is always possible to find some place for everything else. This is not entirely true, so a logical question arises – what rated side by side refrigerators to choose to put food and drinks and ensure their proper storage?

 

Was Coca-Cola actually invented in Spain?


The origin of the first-ever Coca-Cola recipe is in question.

 

5 Things Every Forest-lover Needs To Know About Sprite


Sprite claims to care about sustainability, but did you know the company has been linked to illegal deforestation in Argentina? Here’s what you need to know — and what you can do to stop it.

 

Schweppes Creates Touch Sensitive Dress To Highlight Female Harassment In Nightclubs


Schweppes is taking a swing at the harrasment of women on nights out by creating a dress that shows how commonly women’s evenings are disrupted.

 

The History of Ice Cream Floats


The ice cream float dates back to the late 19th century where Robert Green operated a soda shop in Philadelphia and used carbonated water, syrup and cream to make his tasty treats.