drinks

The Best Tumbler for the Money
All insulated tumblers are not created equal. Some stainless cups are successful at keeping drinks cold for at least 24 hours, and others lose their mojo and start gathering sweat beads halfway through the workday. So how do we know which one to pick?
You'll Spend $500 on Dinners and Drinks During the Holidays
Just when your budget was about to bust after buying toys, necklaces, and flat screens this month, prepare to fully blow it up with fancy appetizers and booze. We'll put $537 toward socializing during the holidays. And you'll never guess which seasonal drink is the most popular.
Bet You Didn't Know These Things About This Texas Drink
The name Big Red implies that it's straight out of Nebraska, right?  At least to us Husker alums who view all things through the football lens.
Big Red soda is bottled in Texas, by the Dr. Pepper folks, and was first born here in 1937. Did you know it used to be called "Sun Tang Bi…
Great Tyler Happy Hour Locations
Before heading home after a tough day at work or even after a typical or unusual day at work, you might be looking for a place to hang with some friends and just chill. There are quite a few places in Tyler where you can do just that and enjoy some appetizers and drinks during happy hour and just fo…
Are Fancy Health Drinks Actually Worth Buying?
I've been told Diet Coke will kill me, so before coming to the studio I stopped by Super Target to pick up a sandwich and some fancy health/energy drinks. I'm not really one to buy fancy drinks - I think froo froo Starbucks coffee drinks are a waste of money and many other drinks are popul…
And The Best Drinking City Is…
I went to the city that has earned the title of The Best Drinking City in America on a couple of spring breaks while I was in college. It's all kind of fuzzy, but I do recall some pretty good cosmos there. See if you agree that this city deserves to be the best for drinks.
History of the Irish Car Bomb
The Irish Car Bomb (a shot of Bailey's plopped in a pint of Guinness) is a popular drink around St. Patrick's Day, though some be surprised to hear it didn't originate in Ireland. In 1979, Charles B. Oat created the drink at Wilson's Saloon in Norwich, Connecticut, according to a…