Drinks

Some articles on drinks, drink:

Last Drinks: The Impact Of The Northern Territory Intervention
... Last Drinks The Impact of the Northern Territory Intervention is a 2008 Quarterly Essay by Australian journalist Paul Toohey ... Last Drinks won the 2008 Walkley Award for "Coverage of Indigenous Affairs" ...
List Of Energy Drinks
... The following is a notable list of energy drinks, with a few coffee variants, and some soft drinks such as Coca-Cola, Mountain Dew, and Pepsi listed for comparison ...
Sattvic Diet - Rajasic (stimulant) Foods
... Such foods include caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea (both black and green), cola drinks, energy drinks, brown or black chocolate, gingko biloba, spicy food, salt, and ...
Technology In The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - Sirius Cybernetics Corporation - Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser
... The Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser is a product of the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation ... The Guide has this to say on the Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser When the 'Drink' button is pressed it makes an instant but highly detailed examination of the subject's ... Arthur Dent manages to freeze up a Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser (along with the rest of the spaceship they are on) by asking it to make him tea, due to the various servings of the terrible-tasting sludge he'd received ...
List Of Greek Dishes - Drinks
... Description Greek frappé coffee A foam-covered drink derived from spray-dried instant coffee that is consumed cold ... Wine The most common drink in Greece ... tsikoudia/raki Mostly home-brewed, a clear drink similar to ouzo, often with higher alcohol content, and usually not flavored with herbs ...

Famous quotes containing the word drinks:

    My books are water; those of the great geniuses is wine. Everybody drinks water.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Whether or not the world would be vastly benefited by a total banishment from it of all intoxicating drinks seems not now an open question. Three-fourths of mankind confess the affirmative with their tongues, and I believe all the rest acknowledge it in their hearts.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    The thirsty earth soaks up the rain,
    And drinks and gapes for drink again;
    Abraham Cowley (1618–1667)