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Yup. You read it right. A powdered alcohol product, brand name Palcohol, has been approved by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau for sale in the United States. [ … ]
Rhuby Rhubarb Liqueur seems to be 100% Natural. Truly. These days it seems like everyone wants to cash in on the $29 billion ‘natural’ foods market. Alcohol companies are no [ … ]
A new study found that people rate sex as the top activity that brings them happiness, followed by drinking alcohol or “partying.” Caring for children ranked at number five. According to DNAIndia.com, Carsten [ … ]
Last month Maker’s Mark revealed a plan to water down its bourbon in order to meet heavy demand. Also in the news, lawsuits alleging that Anheuser-Busch waters down its beer as [ … ]
“Since the first cocktail was invented by apothecaries in the early 1800’s, cocktails have long been tied to healing and health.” This is the pitch behind Alter Herbal Martinis. Touted [ … ]
An elementary school student was sent to the Vice Principal, questioned by police, and suspended for bringing kombucha in his lunchbox.
According to research just published in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, alcohol consumed with energy drinks may provide a double-edged effect: The increased stimulation from energy drinks may negate some intoxication-related side effects by increasing alertness. However, it could also lead to negative side effects associated with overstimulation.
Despite conflicting advice from isolated studies, a glass of red wine daily with meals is a healthy habit.
The verdict is still out on the main culprit of wine allergies and intolerances with other experts suggesting that people may be affected by sulfites, higher alcohol levels, tannins, yeast strains, acidity, cork or common contaminents. Sadly, the only remedy seems to be abstinence.
If you’re interested in supporting sustainability-minded businesses it makes sense to support smaller producers. Small producers embrace sustainable practices because it not only reduces waste and saves money, but also because it improves the quality of their products.
Mojitos makes a nice refreshing party drink. They can be made by the glass, or scaled up to a pitcher.
Even though these liquors aren’t green in color, they are green in terms of environmental sustainability!