from the urls-we-dig-up dept
There are a lot of different soft drinks targeting nearly every conceivable market. It's almost amazing that potable water is generally free, and there's still a multi-billion dollar industry for non-alcoholic beverages. What are they putting in water that people just can't get enough of? Here are just a few examples.
- If you want to make your own do-it-yourself sodas, there are a bunch of home carbonation systems that'll add some CO2 to whatever kind of water you like. Maybe OpenCola will get popular with the kids again. [url]
- A new type of soft drink comes in an aerosol-powered bottle and sprays an orange-flavored foam. If only this were a more popular beverage, there might be a pepper-spraying cop remix for it... [url]
- Ever wonder why people use Kool-Aid as a mixer for all kinds of drugs? Spoilers: It's cheap. It's an easily mixed powder that can be adjusted for taste. It's brightly colored to mask other ingredients. It has no known interactions with medicines. And there's one more reason... [url]
- To discover more food-related links, check out what's floating around in StumbleUpon. [url]