What is a couple of your favorite non-alcoholic beverages?
Mine are mainly herbal teas, and water.
Since i love coffee, I'll answer: My favorite non-alcoholic hot beverage would be 'long black' and chilled isotonic drink.
I love ice cold Pepsi with a lot of ice, and in a glass. I also am loving the icy strawberry lemonade. I have to have coffee daily and sometimes I like it with hazelnut or french vanilla flavoring. But I have to say my very favorite non alcoholic drink is an old fashioned icy cold root beer float.
My all time favorite non-alcoholic beverage is Mountain Dew. However, recently Monster energy drink has released a 20 calorie (per CAN) non-carbonated energy mixture known as Rehab. It's like sweet tea (think south of the Mason Dixon sweet tea) mixed with lemonade, and unlike most other energy drinks (and some of Monster's, I'll admit) it doesn't give you a sugar high or crash. It's a great refreshing drink on these unbearably hot and humid Southern summer days.
Vanilla Coke - Coca Cola (fountain) with vanilla syrup added.
by Pamela N Red 6 years ago
At what age should kids be allowed to drink alcoholic beverages?I've always felt the age of enlistment should be the same as drinking age. They can fight for our country at age 18 but not drink a beer until they are 21. Doesn't make sense to me.
by unico hijo 7 years ago
What percentage of your monthly income is spent on alcoholic beverages and cigarettes?
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
What is your favorite summer drink? (alcoholic or non-)
by CennyWenny 9 years ago
What drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) can I make with the mint in my garden?
by Sanctus Vesania 8 years ago
I'm assuming that most everyone here has heard of a drinking game of this type. Disclaimer: The following is parody and meant in good humor. No offense is intended to anyone. Step 1: Grab a non-alcoholic beverage of your choice, and a couple of 4 oz glasses.Step 2: Take a drink...
by davidkaluge 6 years ago
We have heard about the miracle where Jesus turned water to wine. People seem not to understand the type of wine that was made. Some said it was alcohol while some claim it was non-alcohol like fruit wine. I think a knowledge of the wine invoke at that time can give us an idea. Those that oppose...
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