Oh hey, it's Monday. Today, we're mostly reading about drinks.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a free trade deal between the U.S. and eleven other countries, is in the works. But for some reason, nobody’s talking about how that will affect the way people eat. (NPR)
Mad Men ended with the famous "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" jingle, but Roquel "Billy" Davis, the African-American man who co-wrote and produced the jingle, wasn't even mentioned in the episode. (Medium)
Water is a human right! Susana de Anda of the Community Water Center tells us why. (Bitch)
“‘The last brown person involved in your coffee is usually the farmer who cultivated the beans.’ [Keba] Konte thinks there’s a need for a different specialty coffee culture — one that isn’t the sole province of ‘fastidious white hipsters.’” (Nosh)
A history of Jell-O Shots! (Punch)
Would you drink 170-year-old champagne? (IFLScience)