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A drink, or beverage, is a kind of liquid which is specifically prepared for human consumption. There are many types for drinks. They can be divided into various groups such as plain water, alcohol, non-alcoholic drinks, soft drinks (carbonated drinks), fruit or vegetable juices and hot drinks, such as hot chocolate. In addition to fulfilling a basic need, drinks form part of the culture of human society.

In the food context, a beverage is a drink that is consumed for refreshment or to quench thirst. Beverages can be made from a wide variety of ingredients, including water, juice, milk, tea, coffee, and alcoholic beverages.

Some examples of common beverages include:

  • Water: The most basic and essential beverage, consumed for hydration and to maintain bodily functions.
  • Juice: Beverages made from the juice of fruits or vegetables, which can be consumed on their own or as mixers in cocktails or other beverages.
  • Soft drinks: Carbonated beverages made from water, sugar, and flavorings, such as cola, lemon-lime soda, and ginger ale.
  • Tea: Beverages made from steeping tea leaves in hot water, which can be served hot or cold and can include varieties such as black tea, green tea, and herbal tea.
  • Coffee: Beverages made from brewing roasted coffee beans in hot water, which can include varieties such as espresso, cappuccino, and iced coffee.
  • Milk: Beverages made from milk or milk alternatives, which can be consumed on their own or used in coffee, tea, or other beverages.
  • Alcoholic beverages: Beverages made from fermented or distilled ingredients that contain alcohol, such as beer, wine, and spirits.

Similar things to beverages include:

  • Smoothies: Beverages made from blending fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients, often with a liquid base such as juice or milk.
  • Energy drinks: Beverages that contain high levels of caffeine and other stimulants, intended to provide a burst of energy.
  • Sports drinks: Beverages that contain electrolytes and carbohydrates, intended to replenish fluids and nutrients lost during exercise.
  • Herbal infusions: Beverages made by steeping herbs or flowers in hot water, which can be consumed for their medicinal properties or for flavor.
  • Syrups: Concentrated sweeteners made from sugar or other sweeteners, which can be used to flavor beverages such as sodas, lemonades, and cocktails.

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