Favorite Soft Drink

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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby harper83087 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:03 pm

Jakizle wrote:THIS:

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:omg: What is that?!? :omg: Is that like a retro Dr Pepper like pepsi did?

Dr. Pepper for the win though. 23 flavors, how can you go wrong? Followed closely by a root beer my uncle used to get in North Carolina. I believe it was called "Frosty's", made with real cane sugar, mmmmmmmm :lover:
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Postby Nrthwnd » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:58 pm

I think I suggested this one, after my 2007 tour with TPR to Japan.

Nevertheless...

Calpis (big brand name - Calpico)

It's a Japanese-created soft drink whose taste is

actually difficult (for myself) to describe.

But it's imported/sold locally here, and flavoured too!

How about the sweet taste of ..... Aloe Vera???

Truth. And it's light green in colour!

And actually tasty, too, :smile:

(Also in easy-to-mix concentrated form, too.)
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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby Jakizle » Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:19 pm

harper83087 wrote:
Jakizle wrote:THIS:

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That is all.



:omg: What is that?!? :omg: Is that like a retro Dr Pepper like pepsi did?

Dr. Pepper for the win though. 23 flavors, how can you go wrong? Followed closely by a root beer my uncle used to get in North Carolina. I believe it was called "Frosty's", made with real cane sugar, mmmmmmmm :lover:


No, in Dublin, Texas there is the oldest Dr. Pepper bottling plant that STILL produces pure cane sugar Dr. Pepper. They never made the switch to corn syrup which I believe makes it the only place of its kind. They only bottle once a month though because they old sell it within a 40 mile radius of the plant and one day provides all the bottles they sell in a month. It's hard to get but SOOO worth it.

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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby DerekRx » Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:51 pm

I have two 2-liter bottles of Loganberry punch that have got to at least be 3 years old. I don't think I'm brave enough to drink it, but I also feel like I shouldn't throw it out, as it comes from Crystal Beach, ON!
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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby 805Andrew » Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:18 am

Some of my favorites are:
Mountain Dew
Vault
Cactus Cooler
A&W draft Root Beer
glass bottle Root Beers made with real sugar
Jarritos Guava (Mandarin is pretty good too)
Reed's Ginger Brew
European Fanta flavors (especially Naranja and Limon from Spain)
Coca Cola Vanilla
Squirt and grapefruit sodas in general
Cherry 7UP
San Pellegrino Orange and Lemon sodas

Past favorites:
Crystal Pepsi :(
Josta :cry:
Surge :cry:
2001 Fanta Summer flavors in Spain (Tropical, Watermelon, and Wild Berry) :cry:
Sprite Remix :(
dnL :(
Pepsi Vanilla :(

Yes, I'm quite the soda enthusiast. I try to limit myself to one a day on average though.
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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby Moose » Wed Oct 12, 2011 8:39 am

The local Wendy's all have the coke freestyle machines so I am trying out all the different combos. I really like coke raspberry. This machine is making me go there more and having to suffer through their terrible counter service.
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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby gisco » Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:03 am

Coke Zero with Diet Dr. Pepper a close second.

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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby the ghost » Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:56 am

Monster? Does that count? Horrible for you, and I may be addicted... but it's GREAT!
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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby VinTheAttendant » Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:03 pm

Yesterday, I tried Dr. Pepper 10 for the first time. It has a taste that is right between Dr. Pepper and Diet Dr. Pepper. It's not bad, but it doesn't taste much like it's advertised (at least I got to try it for free).

BTW, Dr. Pepper is my favorite soft drink.

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Re: Favorite Soft Drink

Postby gisco » Sun Oct 16, 2011 7:28 pm

VinTheAttendant wrote:Yesterday, I tried Dr. Pepper 10 for the first time. It has a taste that is right between Dr. Pepper and Diet Dr. Pepper. It's not bad, but it doesn't taste much like it's advertised (at least I got to try it for free).

BTW, Dr. Pepper is my favorite soft drink.


I saw a commercial for that this weekend and was curious as to what it tastes like. Not sure why they need a second diet Dr. Pepper though.

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