A look back at beverages and their origin.
We each have our own specific tastes when it comes to beverages. You may like a super cold iced tea or a blazing hot vanilla coffee. I may like a cold frosty beer or high impact energy drink. Perhaps you enjoy the refreshing, cooling sensation that water provides. Whatever the case may be, you will find the latest Flash Past episode interesting. Steve and Dave venture into the past a discussion to origins of tea, coffee, soft drinks, energy drinks, and beer. Many of the beverages we consume today where used as prime commodities in trading. Governments recognized the profitability of such commodities and even levied taxes as early as 780 in China. Did you know that tea has been around since 2737 BC? Did you know the first diet, non calorie soda drink was sold in 1952? Join us as we flash past to…the history of beverages.
Last weeks Question:
Q: How many babies have been born at Disneyland?
A: 3 Babies
This week’s question:
Q: What do the “A” and “W” in A&W Root Beer stand for?