Drinks - Page 2

Welcome to one of the oddest coffeehouses in America

LA's Paper or Plastik is also a dance studio, and a comedy club, a bar, and a laptop-free zone.

7 foods made infinitely better by adding whiskey

Some call it the 'water of life.' We call it your new favorite ingredient.

What is Gazoz? Warning, it may make you thirsty

A healthy take on an age-old treat draws people from around the world.

8 fruity cocktails that are like sipping sunshine

As warm weather beckons, cozy up to these refreshing sweet spirits.

Pure genius! These cafés are named after Einstein

Grab a cup of joe in these genius-inspired coffeehouses.

A trip through one country’s skyrocketing cocktail culture

A pioneer in the spirits community, Tales of the Cocktail founder Ann Tuennerman shares her eye-opening cocktail tour of Israel.

This 5,000-year-old beer recipe tastes pretty good, once you get past the mold

Stanford researchers just unearthed the drinking habits of ancient human civilizations, proving you can drink your way through college.

6 champagne cocktails to help ring in the new year in style

Out with the old, in with the ... best champagne drinks this side of the bar.

5 spicy teas to warm you up this winter

Oh the weather outside is ... just begging for a hot cup of tea.

Mediterranean cuisine now extends to cocktails at this NYC hotspot

We take a trip to Bustan on the Upper West Side for some delicious food and Israeli-inspired drinks.

But first, let me take a selfie – with my Coke bottle

Coca-Cola has built a new bottle with a working camera that snaps a selfie while you sip.

New way to pasteurize drinks is 73% more efficient

And it's not just your milk that will benefit. Juices, soda and beer can also use the UV light process.

How to drink wine and save the world at the same time

A group enthusiasts sparked a charitable movement that starts with nothing more than a bottle of wine.

Einstein's bizarre connections to the beer industry

The genius has been associated with the brew business since 1901.

Meet the cowboy who's mainstreaming camel milk

Gil Riegler has been called the "Dr. Dolittle of dromedaries." He's shepherding a bizarre (and healthy) new food trend that makes camel milk seem like the new almond milk.