14 Sep 2011 | 0
Skeleteens Black Lemonade Private Reserve

Once you drink black you’ll never go back! When I first saw this Black Lemonade, I thought it was some poisoning liquid used for killing rats or whatever because of the skeleton sign on the bottle label and the phrases on the label. “We want your life!” “This may be your only was out!” “Without a face you’re just a bonehead.” “Animal Testing was Consentual.” It turned out to be a soda drink and it’s …

8 Sep 2011 | 2
Something Natural Sparkling Water Drinks

Natural Sparkling Water! Recently, I received couple samples from Something Natural for tasting and it was quite an experience. According to Something Natural, “We wanted to simplify things. So we set out to create a beverage that was refreshingly simple, using only all-natural ingredients. No fancy gimmicks, no miracle ingredients, no screaming to be noticed. Just ultra pure sparkling water with a touch of delicious fruit flavors.”
Something Natural Sparkling Water Black Cherry
The moment you open …

6 Sep 2011 | 0
The Pop Shoppe Lime Ricky Soda

The story behind The Pop Shoppe and it all started in 1969. According to The Pop Shoppe, “Two straight-laced business guys from London, Ontario who are clearly not into music have a great idea: make their own pop and sell it from their own stores. They figure that without a middleman, they can sell their amazing pop at an amazing price, and bam! “The pop Shoppe” is born.” The Lime Ricky is one of their …

29 Aug 2011 | 1
Original NEHI Grape Soda

The tradition of taste since 1924! I got a Nehi Grape Soda drink from Old 52 because I never heard of Nehi before and I heard it’s a good drink to try. After some research and found this on WikiPedia, “It was introduced in 1924 by Chero Cola / Union Bottle Works. The “Nehi Corporation” name was adopted in 1928 after the Nehi fruit-flavored sodas became popular. In 1955, the company changed its name to …

22 Aug 2011 | 1
CASCAL Fermented Soda Crafted with Natural Juices

Recently, Andrew Zimmern, the host of popular television show Bizarre Foods, partnered with Cascal to introduce their fermented soda flavors in cans and I received a sample kit to try them out the other day. According to their website, “Cascal is a delicious, fermented soda crafted with natural juices. It is complex yet refreshingly light, bubbly and lower in calories. Available in both bottles and cans, the flavors range from more delicate to more robust …

19 Aug 2011 | 2
Ironbeer Soft Drink

Original 1917 flavor! I found this Ironbeer soda drink in a local supermarket. According to Wikipedia, “Ironbeer is a soft drink that originated in Cuba in 1917 and was created by Manuel Rabanal.” On the can label, it says “On a summer’s afternoon, in 1917, a mule-drawn, wooden wagon arrived at a popular cafeteria in Havana, Cuba. It delivered the first four cases of a new soft drink that would soon be called “The National …

3 Aug 2011 | 0
Dad’s Blue Cream Soda

Who is your daddy! Old Fashioned Soda! I got this soda drink because of its name. Blue Cream Soda is made by Dad’s Root Beer Company and according to their history, “Dad’s is one of America’s most popular soft drinks. The beverage was developed in Chicago in February of 1937, and its unique and delicious flavor has earned it a loyal following. Chicago Distilled Water & Beverage Company filed the first Dad’s trademark registration on …

1 Aug 2011 | 2
Dublin Dr.Pepper Imperial Pure Cane Sugar

Drinking a refrigerated Dublin Dr.Pepper drink on a hot humid day! Since everyone was saying how good the taste was so I had to try it out.  According to their history, “One of Morrison’s employees, pharmacist Charles Alderton, noticed how customers loved the smell of the soda fountain with its many fruit, spice and berry aromas. He wanted to invent a drink that tasted the wonderful way the soda fountain smelled. After much experimentation he …