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Just so that people know what this is, and how it relates to theme parks, check out the photos towards the bottom of this page:

 

http://www.themeparkreview.com/wedding/epcot/epcot1.htm

 

But yeah, apparently the drink is really popular in Italy. I for one will be looking out for it when we're in Italy later in the year since I can't believe that ANYONE would actually walk into your local convenience store and purchase this drink on their own accord.

 

We'll see though!

 

--Robb

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Robb,

 

At Epcot, when you were there at that drink station, were the drinks all foreign, or were they drinks that are available everywhere?

 

At one park here in South Carolina, there was an exhibit on the art of sweet tea...

 

Just Kidding, but that would be cool.

 

I know the worst sweet tea would be better than the best of the "Beverly"

 

Home Parks: SFOG, Carowinds

Fav Coaster: Swamp Fox (Family Kingdom, Myrtle Beach, SC)

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Im going down (I hope) in April and Im going to get me a sealable bottle and try to snag some back to let friends taste.

 

Aside from it being satans water, the best word Ive come across is VILE. Its simply putrid.

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Ahh...the Beverly. I knew it was nasty so I had my friends get some before me. But, I HAD to try it. I know it was going to be the suck, but I just had to. It is VILE.

 

If you come to Epcot, be sure to come visit me at the Living Seas! Don't bring me any Beverly. A bunch of kids asked me where it was, I told them and suggested they try Beverly because it was "oh so good." Muhaha.

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Beverly is Satans water.

What else can you say?

 

Close, but Satan's Water would actually be Diet Pepsi. Beverly is what they use in Hell to wash the taste of Diet Pepsi out of the mouths of the damned. Even Satan has his limits...

 

Dave "Diet Coke owns" Thomas

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Dude, Pepsi Max is like that liquid they use to preserve things in.

 

My friend loves it because he thinks its better than coke, but WTF is he on?

 

Ben "Coke is the ultimate, only mountain dew is then acceptable:P" Roach.

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Actually, i really like Pepsi more than Coca-Cola, but it is still nice.

Were i live, Mountain Dew is not allowed because of too much caffine.

But when i went to america, i had it all the time, it rocks.

 

(No wonder i was so hyper at those parks!)

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Now you got me interested, what does this Beverly drink taste of? I can't imagine it being worse than "Ecological sugarfree Coke" that I bought just to taste it some years ago. Why you'd distill various natural roots and call it coke is beyond me...

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Let's see...if you boil a pair of sneakers (Which you've taken off the feet of a very sweaty marathon runner who also managed to step in some dog crap during mile 19 or so) and then add some bubbles and a little sugar...well then you got an idea of what Beverly would taste like if it was good!

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Sweaty, sugar-covered snickers with bubbles, if CreativeForce's description is true. Doesn't sound half bad! The "Eco Cola" tasted like licking the asphalt just outside a waste conversion plant (if you know what i mean )

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