drink /driNGk/ verb

  1. To consume a liquid. i.e. The puppy was thirsty and happy to drink his water.

 

  1. To watch or listen to something with eager pleasure or interest. i.e. He walked onto the porch to drink in the scenery of the mountains.

 

When both definitions manifest, the result is a magical experience calling for a seemingly redundant phrase: “to drink in the drink!”

 

What this means is that you weren’t just sipping on a coffee, or having a beer. You were savoring it, appreciating the nuances and complexities.

 

Posts in this section are about drinking in the drink – whether it be waxing poetic about wine or praising the intricate flavors of a tea. I hope the posts here (on this blog) enhance your imbibing experiences out there (in the real world).

 

Cheers!

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