Tequila, lime, and salt

Miracle berries, formally known as Synsepalum dulcificum, are a naturally grown plant that have the odd effect of making sour foods taste sweet. You may have seen the trend of trying miracle berries circling TikTok recently or before that on YouTube. The list of items to try with the berries typically includes food such as


Outer Banks has quickly become one of Netflix’s hottest new summer shows. Set on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the show introduces viewers to an island divided into Kooks and Pogues. Kooks are the spoiled rich kids enjoying the luxuries of their parents wealth and mansions, and Pogues are the working class trying to

Drinking Games for Couples

Monday, 01 June 2020 by

Did all your friends bail on the party, and suddenly it’s just you and your significant other and a handle of alcohol? Or maybe, your partner really is your best friend and you just want to have a night in hanging out together. You don’t need a whole party to have fun, here are some

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You may have seen alcohol-infused fruit recipes floating around the internet and wondered what all the hype was about. Well, they’re easy enough to make and work as the perfect summer staple. You can infuse almost any fruit with any alcohol by letting it soak in the fridge for a few hours. Many of these

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Traveling to different breweries and trying different flights is one of my personal favorite activities. You get to enjoy new beer and find new favorites. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us likely won’t be able to get out to a brewery anytime soon. But that doesn’t mean you can host your own home

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There is no doubt that Zoom meetings leave us all on our worst behavior: only dressed from the waist down, distractedly texting or social media scrolling, or casually drinking in the middle of the day. Though drinking during a WFH session or a class might not be the most appropriate thing, it can certainly make

drink cart with alcohol bottles

While some states have begun lifting stay at home restrictions, many of us are still wary of going out to a crowded bar. Drinking at home is always a good option, and at the moment might feel a bit safer. If you’re simply trying to stay home a little longer or you’ve just been looking

row of empty beer bottles and pile of caps on wood counter

Did you ever have a wine bottle so pretty you just couldn’t bear to throw it away? Or maybe, your recycling is already overflowing, leaving you with a temporary excess of empty alcohol bottles. Here are some easy eco-friendly and budget-friendly DIYS to repurpose your old alcohol bottles and keep you busy if you’re bored

Bud Light Seltzer Slushies

Monday, 11 May 2020 by
three fruit slushies on a wood table

With summer quickly approaching, many of us are returning to last summer’s favorite beverage: spiked seltzer. These fruity and refreshing drinks are the perfect summer treat. They are also low in calories which means you can enjoy them without worrying about counting drinks. This year, Bud Light has its version that you may have seen

photo of cheers with tequila shots

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting quarantine, many of us are turning to virtual parties as a way to hang out with our friends. Hanging out online may even be easier than hanging out in person was because there’s no requirement to get dressed up (at least from the shoulders down), and you can

bartender pouring different types of drinks

Picture this: you turn 21 and happily present your now-legal ID for your first drink order, the bartender asks “what can I get you?” and you freeze. Whether you’re freshly 21 or you’ve been drinking for years, trying to figure out what type of drink to order that you will actually enjoy drinking can be

Drinking Alone: Whys and Why Nots

Wednesday, 29 April 2020 by
woman drinking alone in white robe gazing out the window

As quarantine finds many of us trapped in our houses alone, there’s an urge to spend the time increasing our alcohol consumption. Whether it’s an attempt to cope with the emotional trauma of the ongoing global pandemic or just continuing your routine as normal, chances are you’re drinking and you’re probably drinking alone. Before quarantine,