Flavored malt beverages, such as Mike's Lemonade, Smirnoff Ice, Zima, Sparks, etc. are malt-based drinks. Although the malt is an artificial sucrose-based malt, this gives them the ability to be sold under the beer category, mainly for tax purposes, plus the companies realized the faster growth potential for smaller serving-size fruity drinks in a beer setting, as opposed to the wine cooler craze of the 80s. Wine coolers, though, are wine-based drinks. They are essentially fortified wine with CO2 and other fruit flavors added. Because of the grape-base for these drinks, they are taxed as wine. There are also RTD (ready-to-drink) cocktails such as Jack Daniels coolers and Kahlua cocktails, etc. These are pre-mixed, liquor-based drinks that are sold under the same tax category as hard spirits. (source: more than a decade working in the alcohol industry...)
7-Up is a lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage. Drinks with a similar flavor are Sprite or Sierra Mist.
Yes Beverage = that which one drinks
Citrus-flavored soft drinks.
Yes, and drinks such as coke have more
answer:In general, fruit contains acid and their juces are therefore acidic. Not all are however, and drinks flavored by different methods do not.
Americans consume more soft drinks than any other beverage--more than twice the second beverage, coffee. In recent years, soft drinks accounted for more than 29 percent of American beverage consumption
No. Neither is good for you, but the orange-flavored soft drinks usually have about 10-30 more calories per can than in a can of Coke.
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Drinks are generally alchoholic, whereas beverages are any type of drink.
A food and beverage department is any business that makes and sells foods or drinks for profit. To be classified as this, the food and drinks must be stored properly in the same building.
The most consumed beverage in the United States are carbonated soft drinks at 28.3% of all drinks, with Coca-Coca as the most purchased of them all. Beer is the second most consumed beverage at at 11.7% of all drinks. http://www.ameribev.org/all-about-beverage-products-manufacturing-marketing--consumption/what-america-drinks/index.aspx http://www.vitalstatistics.info/sub-category2.asp?cid=21&scid=1280&scrollaction=3
One noncaloric beverage is water. There are also many diet drinks that have zero calories such as, Diet Coke.
The food and beverage industry is all the foods and drinks imported and exported, made, and sold in the world.
yes i am very sorry but yes it does
Carbonated water mixed with thick flavored syrup.
From Wikipedia: BrennivÃ­n(Icelandic pronunciation: [ËˆprÉ›nËÉªvin]) is a clear, unsweetened schnapps that is considered to be Iceland's signature distilled beverage. It is made from fermented grain or potato mash and flavored with caraway, cumin, angelica, and other botanical ingredients
Orange juice is the juice of an orange. Orange drink and orange beverage are drinks that are orange flavored, but generally contain little to no actual juice. Orange cocktail is an orange juice based drink mixed with other juices or flavors.
It is correct that the word beverage means all drinks hot and cold including water. It means anything you drink.
It is the same beverage that iron man drinks, it is simply liquid chlorophyll
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Kahlua (coffee flavored liquor from Mexico)