Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
Become an expert at tea — for pleasure, health and wellness.
This all-natural limoncello is made from an Italian family recipe over a century old.
The Ooho 'water bottle' is a gelatinous blob that allows you to have your bottled water (minus the plastic) and eat it too.
If you think the waste from one little K-Cup doesn’t make much of a difference, think again.
Tin Man Brewing Company says the new Dunkelweizen ale has an aroma of 'mild banana and clove.'
Record-high temperatures have been beneficial for grape growing in Scotland, a country that hasn’t had a wine making culture until now.
Yes, you really can open a bottle of wine with nothing more than a wall, a shoe and a little technique.
New research shows how the human brain reacts to drinking water in different scenarios.
Don't expect a shot of whiskey in your morning coffee, but thousands of Starbucks across the country are about to start selling alcohol after 4 p.m.
It may surprise you to learn that black, green, white, oolong and pu-erh tea all come from the same plant. We explain the flavor differences and more.
To celebrate the “Walking Dead” season finale, Dock Street Brewing Co. creates a beer brewed with goat brains.
Business mogul teams up with Starbucks to create the new blend, and proceeds from sales will go towards her Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation.
This may look like a pleasant outing in the countryside, but it's really a Guinness commercial in clever disguise.
Wine to Water, the perpetrator of the hoax that duped journalists and wine lovers alike, hopes that people will participate in the real miracle – providing clean water to people in need around the world.
If you're celebrating St. Patrick's Day at home this year, here's how to make a perfect Black & Tan in your own kitchen or home bar.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.