Drink

sleep drink

Look: Pepsi's "DriftWell"

Pepsi's DRIFTWELL will help you sleep??!!
Read More

Pumpkin Spice Hard Seltzer Is on the Way This Fall

With many summer activities postponed this year, one hard seltzer brand has decided to dip into the fall season for flavor inspiration. Are you ready for autumn?
Read More

Company Offering Wine Lovers $320 to Drink Their Wine

With many people still stuck at home, and some out of work, plenty have turned to alcohol to pass the time. A company is offering wine lovers $320 to drink their wine.
Read More

Coronavirus: How to Stay Safe at a Bar While Cases Spike

As the country sees spikes in coronavirus cases, the risk of contracting COVID-19 has increased in a bar setting. Here is how you can stay safe.
Read More

Bar Owner Removes $3,714 in Bills From Walls to Give to Unemployed Staff

A Georgia bar owner has removed over $3700 in bills from the walls to give to her unemployed staff members. The bar has been closed for weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Read More
drinking water

National Hydration Day

It's National Hydration Day, and a recent survey found that tap water is now the LEAST popular option.
Read More

Pineapple Pepsi Is Now Available at Walmart in the United States

There’s a new tropical beverage ready to quench your thirst this summer. Pepsi has launched their latest fruity flavor and it’s Pineapple Pepsi.
Read More

Starbucks Launches Pink Guava Passionfruit Drink for Summer

Starbucks is welcoming the warmer weather by releasing new summer drinks and food on its menu. The famous coffee company just revealed a Pink Guava Passionfruit drunk for the warmer months.
Read More

Taco Bell Launches New Pineapple Whip Freeze To Start Off Your Summer

It may be the unofficial start of summer, but Taco Bell is keeping it chill. The fast food chain is kicking things off by launching a brand new frozen drink, the Pineapple Whip Freeze.
Read More

Starbucks Reveals First Color-Changing Cup After Coronavirus Closures

Starbucks will be selling new color-changing cups later this month after COVID-19 closures. The cup is color-changing and you can see it right here on RADIO.COM
Read More

Pages