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
February 23, 2016
Guaraná Recommended by Marginal Men in São Paulo, Brazil.  
Boom Recommended by Tifa in Kingston, Jamaica.  
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
Green tea Recommended by Aristophanes in Taipei, Taiwan.  
Pucko chocolate milk drink Recommended in Gothenburg, Sweden.  
Stripped Coconut Water Recommended by Strict Face in Adelaide, Australia.  
Binggrae banana milk Recommended by Hoody in Seoul, South Korea.  
Grace Island Soda Recommended by Tre Mission in Toronto, Canada.  
Wu Yu Tai jasmine tea Recommended by Shao Yanpeng in Beijing, China.  


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