All prices are current as of time of publication. If you click a link and buy a product from a merchant, we may be paid an affiliate commission. It's time to ditch the idea that cakes should only be made and enjoyed at celebrations. Cake is delicious, fluffy, and offers so many variations that it's nearly impossible to find a person who doesn't like at least one type. So why not make it a regular part of our baking repertoire? Who says cookies and brownies should always be the go-to homemade treat?
The Betty Buzz non-alcoholic sparkling mixers are being launched as a new refreshment for consumers seeking out a way to prepare a premium cocktail or simply enjoy a high-quality alcohol-free drink. The drinks come in five flavor options including Meyer lemon Club Soda, Sparkling Grapefruit, Tonic Water, Sparkling Lemon Lime...
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Ryan Reynolds is known for playing Deadpool, but the actor is also a businessman who owns the production company Maximum Effort as well as an ownership stake in Mint Mobile. He even recently purchased the Welsh football club Wrexham AFC alongside actor Rob McElhenney. However, the product people are probably most familiar with is Reynolds' Aviation Gin. In August 2020, Diageo announced it was acquiring Aviation Gin in a deal valued at up to $610 million, but Reynolds still promotes the brand online and in various ads. However, Reynolds is not the only person in his family who has a hand in the beverage business. His wife, Blake Lively (Gossip Girl, A Simple Favor), is now the owner of Betty Buzz, a company that sells sparkling mixers. In a recent post promoting the drink, Lively trolled Reynolds in the best way.
Blake Lively announced the launch of Betty Buzz, a new line of non-alcohol, sparkling mixers made from clean ingredients. “I don't drink. I know that's odd coming from the wife of an infamous gin slinger. Over the past many years of mixing but not drinking cocktails, it became clear mixers are the unsung heroes of the drink world and deserve just as much love as alcohol,” Lively said in a statement. “We've spent the last three years crafting Betty Buzz and are so excited for people to finally taste it.
Here’s the Friday pick-me-up we didn’t know we needed: Blake Lively has launched her own range of sparkling drinks mixers, called Betty Buzz. The name is an ode to the actress’ family – her grandmother, aunt and one-year-old daughter are all called Betty. And as for the ‘Buzz’ part? ‘Why should alcohol get all the fun?’ said Lively in a press release. ‘The bubbles and flavors feel like a buzz of joy.'
Blake Lively's husband Ryan Reynolds is known as something of a booze tycoon thanks to his part in building Aviation Gin, which sold to Diageo for over $600 million earlier this year. But the Gossip Girl alum isn't a fan of alcohol herself, and this preference surely inspired her latest venture, a line of low-calorie, non-alcoholic mixers.
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GENEVA — The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce held its third Business After Hours Networking Mixer of the year at Big aLICe Brewing Co. Sept. 8. The event was attended by nearly 50 Chamber staff and members, ambassadors, and guests. During the event, guests had the opportunity to sample beers...
The mom-of-three says this booze-free drink line was three years in the making. Blake Lively is in the mixers game now, and the flavors look quite exceptional. The actress and mom-of-three recently launched the non-alcoholic, sparkling mixers with a new line called Betty Buzz, which is perfect for the actress who says that despite her husband Ryan Reynolds owning a boozy gin brand, she doesn’t drink. And it wouldn’t be a Lively announcement if she didn’t roast Reynolds while doing so.
The irony of launching a line of drink mixers while not actually partaking in alcohol herself is not lost on Blake Lively, the actor and entrepreneur married to “infamous gin slinger” Ryan Reynolds. T.L. Stanley. T.L. Stanley is a senior editor at Adweek, where she specializes in consumer trends, cannabis...
Blake Lively is entering the beverage space with the launch of a low-calorie mixer that claims to use only clean ingredients. Dubbed Betty Buzz after Lively’s grandmother and aunt, the actress said she decided to whip up the non-alcoholic spirit after assessing the lay of the land and realizing that mixers should have their place in the social drinking world.
As actress Blake Lively stated in her launch announcement of Betty Buzz, a line of clean, non-alcoholic mixers, “Why should alcohol get all the fun?”. Available for purchase today, the mother-of-three shares that Betty Buzz ($30 for a twelve-pack) has been an under-the-radar labor of love for years. “I don’t...
Price – SRP of GBP1 (US$1.36) per 1-litre bottle. Refresco has launched a range of mixers from its Old Jamaica ginger beer brand. Old Jamaica Ginger Ale and Old Jamaica Rhubarb & Ginger Ale are available now from UK-based supermarkets Asda and Tesco. According to the brand owner, the SKUs are the only ginger ales in the market to be made with authentic Jamaican root ginger.
A study on stone tools from an outpost of the Roman Empire has found that for ancient bakers and millers, having the right tools was a matter of geology. A team of geoscientists and archaeologists made the discovery by analyzing samples of the tools at a University of Texas at Austin geology lab, finding that dough mixing vats and millstones from Roman-era ruins of Volubilis, a city in Morocco, were made from specific rock types that probably improved each tool's function.
We tell brides and grooms all the time that the wedding venue is one of the most important decisions they’ll make. But the same is true for all events, including your mixer. Choosing unique venues for your next mixer can encourage attendance–if it’s a hot spot or fun atmosphere, guests will want to check it out. Plus, we all know that mixers can be uncomfortable at the very beginning. Conversation can sometimes feel forced, before things really pick up. But you can set the tone with the right venue.