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Ordering a drink from a bar can sometimes seem complicated or confusing.

9 mistakes you’re making when ordering drinks, according to bartenders and beverage experts

From ordering a surprise cocktail to asking for your drink to be strong, here are some mistakes you may be making when ordering drinks at a bar.

The 5 deadliest habits to avoid as you get older

A handful of activities can be truly detrimental to your health. In some cases, new studies have found a link between those habits and an early death.
Crispin sells a range of wine-inspired ciders, including the new Pearsecco.

You can now buy a pear cider and prosecco mashup called ‘Pearsecco’

It's described as "a marriage of pear-based cider with a bubbly prosecco taste" and offers "a unique, crisp, yet dry taste."
Natural Light's Naturdays.

Bud Light and Natural Light are determined to win over people who hate the taste of beer

Natural Light is launching "Naturadays," a strawberry lemonade-flavored beer.
What's your drink limit?

Some people may lack a ‘brake’ in their brains that stops them drinking too much

Certain genetic mutations may mean some people could have no limit to how much they can drink, according to a study of drunk mice.
Shawn Mendes at the 2019 BRIT Awards.

Shawn Mendes thanked the UK because he was old enough to drink at the 2019 BRIT Awards

'I have wine right here, thank you, UK, for this, thank you,' Mendes said.
Cognac experts now say the best way to drink it is from a "tulip" glass.

If you’re still drinking cognac out of a classic, balloon-shaped glass you’re doing it wrong, according to a Hennessy expert

A Cognac expert at the Hennessy distillery in France told me the best way to drink the spirit is no longer in a balloon-shaped glass.
I tried three kinds of Hennessy Cognac: VS, VSOP Privilege, and XO.

A Hennessy expert in France told me the best way to drink 3 different types of cognac, from mixing it in an absinthe-rinsed glass to adding cold water...

Younger cognacs, VS and VSOP, can be used in a variety of ways, including in cocktails. But the XO, or "Extra Old," should be drunk neat or with ice.
Beer before wine in fact will not leave you feeling fine.

It’s a complete myth that drinking beer before wine will prevent a hangover

The type of alcohol you consume or the order in which you drink alcoholic beverages have no effect on your hangover, it simply comes down to the quantity.
Cutting out alcohol can help you make more informed eating choices.

10 things that can happen to your body when you give up alcohol

Your skin, liver, and gut health can improve when you stop drinking alcohol, according to registered dietitians and nutritionists.