Squamscot Old Fashioned Beverages Root Beer

October 31, 2002
Filed under: root beers — anthony @ 7:34 pm
Type: Root Beer Comes In: 12oz glass bottle
Available: MA, NH, online

Obtained in: from the Root Beer Store
Head: Tiny Sweetener: high fructose corn syrup, cane sugar
Caffeine: No
Website: http://www.nhsoda.com/

still another purchase from the rootbeerstore.com! and more proof that you can’t find everything, yet again. i really like this packaging even if it is very generic. i think that is what i like, the versitility of it, just being able to stamp the type of soda on it, very old fashioned, old school if you will. and the bottle cap with the soda type and ingredients, you just don’t see that anymore at all. sadly the soda is not quite as good as i had hoped. i hoped for distinctive, i got innocuous. not awful, just not tasty so much. kind of heavy and a rather syrupy. a lack of much carbonation. sure, it is better than many sodas, but it is way too much like a big label root beer in my mind.

Anthony’s Rating: 72
User’s Rating: 73
# of ratings:19

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4 Comments for this post

 
is Says:

I recently just bought one of their sarsaparillas. Haven't tried it yet! Wonder if it's like their root beer.

 
is Says:

Just tried their sarsaparilla. It was horrible. Very weak, not good flavor, and it did not go down easy. The water tasted thick and the flavor sucked. I'd give it a 62 out of 100. Hopefully their root beer and sarsaparilla taste totally different, considering I've never had their root beer!!

 
is Says:

Also, I don't think they use HFCS anymore.

 
Rick B Says:

I just tried this root beer, I thought it had a good amount of carbonation. over all I thought it had to much citric acid, a bit of a harsh sour taste. Maybe it was/is the clove oil. I gave this a 60 over all.

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