Category Archives: Educational News

May 16

Starbucks’ China challenger Luckin Coffee will price IPO at $17 a share

CNBC Amelia Lucas & Leslie Picker Luckin Coffee is preparing for its initial public offering for tomorrow and is trying to overtake Starbucks as the coffee chain with the largest presence in China. Luckin Coffee will price its initial public offering at $17 per share, sources with knowledge of the deal told CNBC on Thursday. […]

February 22

Celebrate The Night of the Cocktail With The Ultimo!

WIS NEWS 10 Madeline Cuddihy Patron has been made an excellent addition to today’ s Margarita recipes, and in celebration of International Margarita Day, there are some recent drinks that give you the best taste of the best drink around! Ultimo Margarita Recipe 1.5oz Patron Reposado .5oz Green Chartreuse .5oz Harlequin Orange Liqueur .5oz Citrus […]

February 07

10 Benefits of Giving Up The Bottle

Insider Zoe Miller There has been this long standing debate on whether alcohol is good or bad for you. Millions of tests and years of research, and no one can still give us the correct answer. So we figured the least we could do is tell you the benefits of which you body goes through […]

February 05

5 Sexy Cocktails For The Holiday of Love

Maxim Zeynep Yenisey February 14 is not too far away, and I’m sure it would make you feel much better if you already had something planned for that special someone (even if that special someone is you). So whether you are treating yourself or bae to a nice dinner out or in, we have some […]

January 20

How Does Coca-Cola Feel About Super Bowl?

Albany Herald We are just two weeks away from the biggest and most important game in football history, and Atlanta is more than honored to be hosting it: the Superbowl! Not only will two teams be facing off for the top title, but many are looking forward to future commercials and brands. Of course, the […]

January 17

How The Government Shutdown Affects The Alcohol Industry

VinePair Cat Wolinski With the high possibility of Trump’s government shutdown headed into its third week, many must not consider the shutdown being capable of its effects on other industries. We know right away that the biggest specialties like the IRS and National Park Services are not expected to be working in full service, and […]

January 15

The Strictest Alcohol Laws In The United States

Insider Ann Schmidt America has had a long run with it’s issues regarding alcohol, from who can drink it to how you can buy it. Some may be working the system in regards of getting rid of the prejudice against a shot or two, but some places have gone decades standing their ground on the […]

January 10

Why Drinking On A Plane Is Bad

SELF Korin Miller Two doctors were recently involved in an interview with Self.com in which they spoke on the effects of alcohol while on board commercial flights. Sanjay Kurani, M.D., medical director of inpatient medicine at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and assistant professor of medicine at Stanford University, and Carol Thelen, a family nurse […]

January 09

Can You Hold Your Alcohol As You Get Up In Age?

CBS News While there may be plenty of ethical reasons as to why we must wait until 21 years old for a drink, there may be proof that the younger you can hold your liquor, then the better. Ohio State University clinical psychologist Brad Lander has researched the proficiency of adults’ ability to process alcohol […]

January 01

21 Years Old: Is The Bottle Worth The Wait?

Alright. So let’s just have an honest talk here. I’m sure being in your teens, you probably could count on more than two hands of the number of people in high school who were already attending to the bottle. They may have played the alcohol games, been bold enough to take the shots, and the […]