As the non-alcoholic category of alcohol continues to grow, booze–free beer is a go-to choice for many people. Some don’t want the buzz that comes with alcohol, while others want to still socialize but remain alert for a work meeting. It’s also a great option for those who want to try out the taste of beer but don’t want to commit to the alcohol content. And in so-called “Dry January”, where many people forgo alcohol in an effort to get healthier, sales of no- or low-alcohol drinks skyrocket.
You may have heard a lot of brands selling artesian water and you may wonder: How is artesian water different from tap and spring water? Where does it come from?
Do you want to be the first on your block to hold a water tasting? Here are a few basic guidelines to follow. A water tasting is similar to a wine tasting although the threshold levels of differences are far more subtle.
Lemons are actually considered a superfood and contain plenty of health benefits and even topical uses. Since lemonade is essentially lemon juice combined with water and some sugar, it is an easy way to get a healthy dose of lemon.
Wine has been an object of adoration and worship since ancient times. And there’s a lot to love about wine: its tempting aroma, the warm and tingling sensation of each sip, its full-bodied and exciting taste.