Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for tea


With a few minor exceptions, there are really only two ways to say “tea” in the world. One is like the English term—té in Spanish and tee in Afrikaans are two examples. The other is some variation of cha, like chay in Hindi.

 

A new study confirms liquor makes you confident


Unofficially, everyone knows that different kinds of booze will give them a different kind of night. But now, data from one of the largest surveys on drug and alcohol use finally prove it: hard liquor gives most people that extra ~swag~.

 

The Upstart Alcohol Brand That Wants To Become India?s Jack Daniel?s


Its founder wants it to be the drink that people talk about when they think of India.

 

Ai Told Coca-cola To Make Cherry Sprite. So It Did


Coca-Cola's AI investment is turning into new products.

 

Coca-cola Wants To Grow In India By Selling Less Coke


Currently, India is the company's sixth-largest market.

 

Budweiser?s Owner Stopped Making Beer To Provide Water For Hurricane Harvey?s Victims


The maker of Budweiser actually does this a lot as major storms often pass through the area during hurricane season. It helped during Sandy, too.

 

Insulted tequila makers are threatening to sue Heineken over its tequila-flavoured beer


Tequila is for sipping, not shots—and certainly not for chugging out of a beer bottle with trace amounts of Mexico’s most famous export.

 

Insulted Tequila Makers Are Threatening To Sue Heineken Over Its Tequila-flavored Beer


The Desperados brand, which targets millennials, goes against the sophisticated image tequila sellers have been trying to cultivate. 

 

Coconut Water Is The Latest Battleground Between Pepsi And Coca-cola


Can coconut water help big soda companies save face?

 

A Giant Alcohol Brand Is Awkwardly Flirting With The Maker Of Jack Daniel?s


A New York liquor giant is flirting with one of Kentucky's biggest-name distillers.

 
 
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