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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 07:58:13 (permalink)
Marlene,
  Maybe we ARE related!! Great Tastes run together !

Our Costco has Mexican Coke, and Wally World stocks Stewarts, IBC and Jones stuff.
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 09:39:27 (permalink)
The verdict is in on Jarritos Piña: meh.
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 09:42:19 (permalink)
Jack
Did you find MOXIE???
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 09:55:10 (permalink)
I went in the opposite direction to Food-4-Less and WinCo instead of Staters. I'll get there yet.
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 13:59:50 (permalink)
Rusty246

Where does the V-8 fit in all of this?? Loved the Nehi's too, peach especially.  We have the orange, grape, pineapple and strawberry Crush flavors, not Nehi but it'll have to do.


The V-8 is my stash, if someone wants to buy a can, great, otherwise I drink it, you can get a case at Costco for next to nothing. 
post edited by chewingthefat - 2010/08/14 14:04:18
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 15:26:06 (permalink)
I really like the Hot and Spicy V8 as a Mixer for Bloody Mary's
I like the regular V8 also, but get a strong salt reaction from it. (water retention)
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2010/08/14 15:31:49 (permalink)
I am enjoying the Sprecher's Cherry Colas I got from my Wisconsin Family during their visit over the July 4th holiday. I limit myself to one a day...and one Red Ravin' also. We hope to stock up on Cherry Cola this Fall on our annual Wisconsin trip.
 
    If you haven't tried the stuff, do so. It is the very best Cherry Cola (no caffeine) I have ever tasted. Made with Door Cty Cherries and native honey sweetener. Great flavor.
The Ravin' Red is a Cherry-Cranberry soda with a leaning towards the Cranberry tartness with a Cherry aftertaste. Again , it uses honey for the sweetener.
Pretty expensive for the mail-order and shipping but worth a few bucks to taste the best.  Best price we've found is at Dollar General stores up there at 2 four-packs for $5.
 
I have tried their Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Orange Creme, and Puma Cola, and find them good, but not outstanding like the two mentioned above. The Puma Cola has a strong Vanila flavor and is made with Ginseng root extract. Nice to try it, but I won't buy another 4 pk.
http://www.sprecherbrewery.com/soda.php
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/03/25 10:05:57 (permalink)
I see you carry Kutztown Sasparilla. I just discovered their Root Beer in a little market in Pickens, SC. It's delicious!
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/03/25 10:28:15 (permalink)
mayor al

Rusty,
  In a blind taste test I found that I could not tell Peach Nehi from Big-K Peach Soda, the Kroger-house-brand. I think it only comes in 2 liters (not cans) but I really can't tell them apart.

We don't have Krogers here, just Publix stores on about every street corner nestled in between CVS and Walgreens..    Hear tell it Firehouse Subs across from campus has a machine that has Nehi peach in it along with quite a few other flavors that you can mix together should you be so inclined.
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/03/27 14:04:45 (permalink)
I had a Kutztown sarsaparilla for the first time myself recently.  A friend brought it back from an Amish market near Glasgow KY.  Delicious!
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/03/30 04:13:42 (permalink)
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/03/30 05:53:47 (permalink)
That's an impressive collection, Chewy.  I'd order from that case every visit if I were nearby, and I'm particularly glad to see the Virgil's Root Beer.
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Re:Any of these look familiar? 2011/04/03 08:46:52 (permalink)
I was born in 1947 & we did not have pop on a regular basis.  One of the times I would get pop was on picnics in the summer.  A big galvinized wash pan was filled with pop & covered with ice.  My favorite was always a Neihi orange, my sister, a Neihi grape.  Oh, those were the days.
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