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From ordering a surprise cocktail to asking for your drink to be strong, here are some mistakes you may be making when ordering drinks at a bar.
It's described as "a marriage of pear-based cider with a bubbly prosecco taste" and offers "a unique, crisp, yet dry taste."
This energy drink uses coffee, coconut oil, and lactose-free whey to keep caffeine jitters and sugar crashes at bay — and it actually tastes goo...
These three brothers are reinventing the classic energy drink with all-natural ingredients that give you a healthy energy boost.
These cold brew coffee shots give me my daily caffeine fix in just 2 ounces — and I love their TSA-approved size
Forto coffee shots makes it easy to get your caffeine fix in a quick 2-ounce shot. No matter which flavor you choose, you pay $12 for a box of six.
Stars like George Clooney, Ryan Reynolds, and Bob Dylan have struck gold with liquor launches, and countless celebrities are following suit
George Clooney, Ryan Reynolds, and Bob Dylan are among a growing number of celebrities successfully launching liquor brands even without experience.
The winter can be indulgent so INSIDER asked some experts how you can make your favorite decadent drinks healthier during the season.
The average price of a bottle of wine in the world's 10 most expensive cities ranges from $8.37 in Geneva, Switzerland, to $28.77 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
High-end hotels are expanding beyond the classic minibar, and they’re making it easier than ever to get drinks
High-end hotels are experimenting with new takes on the classic hotel bar and the minibar by offering larger bars in rooms, cocktail room services, and even drink trolleys in hallways. It's all part of making sure guests feel comfortable and noticed.
Maximilian Riedel, CEO of glassware company Riedel, told Business Insider that he believes every wine should be decanted before you drink it — even Champagne.
The creator of Grey Goose vodka has revealed whether the perfect martini should be shaken or stirred
Business Insider spoke to Francois Thibault, cellar master at Grey Goose vodka, who taught us how to properly make an martini. Thilbault told us that you should always have your martini stirred, not shaken, because it dilutes the mixture too much.