9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World

What to drink to keep going in Kingston, Seoul, or Toronto, according to the artists that know.

Illustration Hisashi Okawa
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Guaraná Recommended by Marginal Men in São Paulo, Brazil.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Boom Recommended by Tifa in Kingston, Jamaica.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Urge Recommended by Drippin in Bergen, Norway.  
← "It’s known in the U.S. as the discontinued Coca-Cola drink Surge. Norway was the only country in the world where it didn’t flop—rather the opposite. it’s the sickest drink mixer, actually."—Drippin, producer
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9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Green tea Recommended by Aristophanes in Taipei, Taiwan.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Pucko chocolate milk drink Recommended in Gothenburg, Sweden.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Stripped Coconut Water Recommended by Strict Face in Adelaide, Australia.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Binggrae banana milk Recommended by Hoody in Seoul, South Korea.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Grace Island Soda Recommended by Tre Mission in Toronto, Canada.  
9 Pick-Me-Up Drinks That Fuel Music Around The World Wu Yu Tai jasmine tea Recommended by Shao Yanpeng in Beijing, China.  


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