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 Ice Cream Soda from the 60's

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Ice Cream Soda from the 60's Sun, 07/23/06 9:49 PM (permalink)
In the 60's, the Thriftways in the Deep South sold an ice-cream novelty that you dropped into a glass of soda water and it became an ice cream soda. I can still remember the exciting volcanic fizzing, not to mention the taste, which was really chocolatey (to a six-year-old). It may have been crossed with a float, but it was definitely mixed with soda water. Canada Dry soda water to be exact....clear bottles...

Anybody else heard of these so I can prove I'm not hallucinating?


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