This New Year, add these cocktails to your recipe book that will help you and your friends say cheers to 2019.
Our beverage experts taste dozens of new and innovative beverages every day. They experience first-hand what new flavor trends are hot and what’s trending. Here is what they had to say about 2019…
Similar to the weather, most consumers are aware of their proclivity for both hot and cold beverages. Whether its the taste, reaction, or health benefits, everyone has an opinion about the drinks that suit their taste palate the best. Regardless of preferences, both hot and cold beverages have benefits that should be taken into consideration when forming taste and temperature preferences.
For the first time in more than a decade, the U.S. government has shown a willingness to reevaluate how wine and spirits are sold, both within and between various states in the country. In fact, the case of Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Clayton Byrd (Tenn. v. Byrd) represents only the second such move by the high court since the repeal of Prohibition in 1933.
In response to some recent reporting on a lawsuit filed against the makers of LaCroix Sparkling Water, we think it is critically important to provide clarification on flavor ingredients and their use in beverage flavors.When news of the lawsuit broke, some initial reports repeated the suit’s claim that the FDA has declared specific flavor ingredients used in LaCroix Sparkling Waters as synthetic. This is simply not true.
Seasonal beverages are always a hearty addition to any meal or festivity. This fall season, consider adding these beverages to your dining table to spice up a meal or add some warmth to your conversation:
Beyond your wildest imagination, across oceans, and beyond borders, you can find concoctions of the wildest ingredients and earthly substances blended together to create something new. From around the world, here are 15 of the strangest beverages in existence that may leave you screaming for more – or never again!
Director, Flavor Architect
Our Day in the Lab blog series takes a closer look at our team members to see what it takes to change what the world is drinking!
If you’ve been in any health food store within the past few years, you’ve likely encountered kombucha. Before 2010, the fermented tea drink was still obscure, and only sold in specialty health food stores. Now kombucha sales have skyrocketed, becoming one of the fastest-growing product in the functional beverage market, with estimated market worth of 1.8 billion dollars by 2020.