Sparkling water. Blow-your-own-bubbles for Better Cheaper seltzer and soda pop. The gift that improves health, saves money and prevents planetary wear and tear. Not bad for something that costs $64 and fits under the smallest Christmas tree.
Have a drink. Not a soft drink. Not a hard drink. A just right drink. For a summer afternoon when you don't want alcohol and shouldn't give in to a sugar- or chemical-laced can of soda.
Like a very good wine, it's refreshing. It's not sweet. If you were a wine taster-writer, you'd say it has citrus and herbal notes. Just slightly minty. A little flowery. A little earthy. A lovely pale golden color. Hey, I'm not kidding.
Slow to lose their cool. In your pitcher or your glass. Where your sangria is Slower to lose its fruit flavor. Slower to intoxicate you on a hot day. It's all in the ice balls. Or cubes. Fresh frozen fruit juice and zest.
What to drink with a nice dinner when you don't want alcohol. No red wine. No white wine. No beer. Just something with a lot of good, interesting flavor. Something you sip very slowly. A great pairing with fish or shellfish. Or veal or chicken. Cheers!
Back in the BCS Soda Lab again. Looking for a delicious all-natural soda with no sodium and no added sugar. Here it is. If your only requirement is big, bright, refreshing flavor, this one's for you, too.
Back in the BCS Soda Lab again. Looking for a delicious all-natural soda with no sodium and no added sugar. And a lot of potassium. Here it is. If your only requirement is great flavor, this one's for you, too.
Sweet and tart pineapple is delicious with the aromatic, spicy basil. Thick, smooth, frothy. A killer fruit cocktail. Shake with vodka for the pineapple-basil martini. Rum for the piña basilada. Way better than beer for the halftime show. Shake it.
Doesn't come in a can or bottle. Because the artificial sweeteners in there won't help you lose weight. They may lead to weight gain and diabetes, stroke or dementia. If you're a diet soda user, I'll give you a bunch of good news solutions after I explain the latest bad news.
Looks and feels like milk. It's lactose-free and gluten-free. Tastes like a glass of thick, frothy milk with a peanut butter cookie built in. In South America, it's a traditional, refreshing and delicious beverage. You should know about this.