From Madagascar Vanilla Beers to Natural Maple Waters

By: Jana Pijak - Jun 18, 2015
These beverage flavor innovations range from Madagascar vanilla brews to organically sweetened waters that replace traditional sugars with pear juice or maple tree sap. For millennial beer buffs, the drive to try new things encourages them to experiment with flavors like chocolate, pumpkin and brownie dessert brews that are remixing tradition.

Wine and spirit connoisseurs aren't missing out either and are indulging in their very own unexpected red and white blends. In addition to truffle dessert blends and canned coffee wines, other standouts include floral gin spirits and bottles that blend the potency of vodka and tequila liquors.

For those who don't drink, cold coffee brews, organic soda flavors and even simulated beer coffee are emerging at local establishments and are illustrating millennials' fearlessness to try new things. Moreover, a rise in raw charcoal juices, superfood yogurt drinks and organically flavored water makes these beverage flavor examples more versatile than ever before.