Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
The goal of the Balance Calories Initiative is to cut out the 20 percent of the calories consumed from soft drinks. Will it help Americans get healthier?
Save money (and calories) with a smaller-sized mini Frappuccino.
Genes that influence bitterness have been linked to 'supertasters' who are averse to bitter flavors found in kale or coffee.
Like its Pumpkin Spice Latte with no pumpkin in it, Starbucks beer-inspired, Dark Barrel Latte will have no alcohol in it.
Stir this syrup into seasonal hot beverages and cocktails.
Try this organically grown wine from Washington state that has a sweet price.
Robusta coffee evolved to have more caffeine than other plants, and while scientists don't know why, they have a few ideas.
September is California Wine Month, and it's not difficult to find a sustainable wine from the state. Try one of these affordable, environmentally-friendly wines this weekend.
Some of these liquor producers sold their first bottles during Colonial times and have stuck around to become household names today.
These refreshing and flavorful spa water recipes use only natural ingredients.
This crowd-pleasing recipe uses dry rose wine and lots of fresh fruit to make a pitcher of Sangria for a group.
The pumpkin lattes and ales are arriving before Labor Day. Why the rush?
As coffee growers struggle to meet demand and combat coffee rust, many turn to ingredients other than beans.
A bar spoon has a few special features that makes it ideal for stirring cocktails.
A little watermelon juice goes a long way in this refreshing summer cocktail. Omit the vodka to make it a mocktail.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.