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BeverageA BEVERAGE is a drink specifically prepared for human consumption. Beverages almost always largely consist of water. Water is essential for living, significantly more so than food. Death will usually occur after 1 week without any liquids but humans have been known to survive some months without food. The most popular bevarage worldwide is water. Tea is the second most popular, and then coffee comes next. Drinks often consumed include: WATER Bottled water Tap water Spring water JUICES Orange juice Fruit juices Nectars Vegetable juices Sap Sugar cane juice Maple sugar sap Cactus juice SOFT DRINKS Aguas frescas Ades (non-carbonated, primarily sugar water) Fruit drinks (Hi-C etc.) Lemonade Limeade Orange drink (Tang etc.) Squash Powdered drinks (Kool-aid etc.) Syrup drinks (Zarex etc.) Vanilla-flavored Coca-Cola CARBONATED BEVERAGES Carbonated water Fermented soft drinks (in their original form, many are now made from syrup and carbonated water). Cola (Coca-Cola etc.) Birch beer Ginger ale Ginger beer Moxie Root beer Sarsaparilla SPORTS DRINKS (Gatorade etc.) DAIRY DRINKS Flavored milk Chocolate milk Ovaltine FROZEN DAIRY DRINKS Float Frappe Milkshake NON-DAIRY VARIANTS Almond milk Rice milk Soy milk ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Non-alcoholic variants Near beer Non-alcoholic wine Sparkling cider HOT BEVERAGE including infusions. Sometimes drunk chilled. COFFEE BASED DRINKS Cappucino Coffee Espresso Frappé Flavored coffees (mocha etc.) Iced coffee Latte Hot chocolate Hot cider Mulled cider TEA BASED DRINKS Flavored teas (chai etc.) Iced tea Pearl milk tea Tea

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