The Benefits of Drinking Tea

April 14, 2011

The history of tea began nearly 5,000 years ago in Asia and has evolved to include hot and cold, ready-to-drink and mixed varieties.  There are numerous…

April Showers Bring May Flowers

April 13, 2011

Today is yet another dreary and drizzly day in the nation’s capital.  And while many of us may feel a bit lethargic on days like this, they also remind…

Let's Catch Up

April 12, 2011

Over the past few weeks, we've provided you with loads of information about the non-alcoholic beverage industry, the people who work in it and the communities…

Healthy Outings: What a Concept

April 11, 2011

Here at Sip & Savor, we are always on the lookout for motivational fitness tools that we can share.  The more we search, the more we find.  In today’s…

An Interesting Perspective on Exercise

March 29, 2011

Here at Sip & Savor we do our best to encourage folks to get regular physical activity.  After all, we know it is an integral component to living a healthy…

Staying Hydrated This Spring

March 25, 2011

Spring has officially sprung – and we all know what that means.  It's time to get outdoors and make the most of the longer days and beautiful weather…

Spring is in the Air

March 21, 2011

Here in the nation's capital it doesn’t feel too much like spring today as we endure cloudy skies and rain showers – then again, most of the east coast…

Daylight Savings Time: Savor the Gift

March 14, 2011

When you get home from work tonight, you'll have an extra hour of sunshine.  So after months of driving home in the dark and staring into other commuters’…

Cherry Blossoms and Daylight Savings Time: A Return to the Great Outdoors

March 7, 2011

The welcome signs of spring already are beginning to beckon—pulling us out of our homes and back onto the bike paths and jogging trails.
Enough with…

Your Tax Dollars at Work

February 24, 2011

We read a column in yesterday's Daily Caller which highlights an ad campaign running in New York City that portrays the consumption of beverages in the…