<< Wednesday 6 November 2019 >
For me, there’s not much better than an ice-cold coffee on a hot summer day. One problem though: if you want to sweeten your coffee you only have a few options. Option one is to use sugar, which is hard to dissolve and can result in a pile of sugar gunk at the bottom of your glass. Option two is using a store-bought coffee syrup, but those tend to be cloyingly sweet and flavored with junk.
When life gives you pineapples—and hundreds of millions of tons of pineapple waste—what do you do? Engineers in Singapore and Vietnam decided to turn all those scraps into something useful—insulation for their piña coladas. Not only does their new material keep drinks chilled better than many commercial coolers, but it could also offer a final resting place for the world’s pineapple waste.
Cox fronts ads in which she's hosting a lavish party awash with vodka cocktails.
The fizz machine now claims the loftier purpose of saving the planet. We tested it
Conagra Brands has joined with The Coca-Cola Company to introduce a three-strong range of Snack Pack Fanta Gels in the US.
Starbucks releases its 2019 holiday cups on Nov. 7 along with free reusable red cups and winter drink menu with peppermint mochas and eggnog lattes.
The effort includes QR codes for sharing cash rewards via channels like Facebook Messenger and a reinterpretation of the Jumbotron kiss cam.
Grey Goose vodka invites revelers to make the most of celebrations big and small with the introduction of its ?Give Victoriously? campaign.
A Caithness distillery has launched a recyclable gin pouch – the first of its kind in the UK – in a bid to improve its eco-friendly credentials.
As Heineken looks to reinvigorate its Amstel Light brand, the global beer company has partnered with Phil Mickelson to spark sales.
Reggae and rum lovers came out for a night of live music paired with the world?s foremost golden rum, and that is precisely what they got at Appleton Estate Signatur
Andrea and Chris Mullineux have been greatly significant in the reputation of the Swartland for producing first-class syrah. Chris had been making a