well well well, these upstart rebs also make a sarsaparilla! although that is more of a western (and asian and australian) drink. at least it is not a darn yankee drink like birch beer or spruce beer! i know, the horror! perish the thought of such things. so hide your snowflakes, prepare your safe space cuz here we go…
when the powerful and all knowing Sagi got the root beer, he also got their sarsaparilla, since he is smart like that. although i doubt highly it saved any postage costs as the company seems a bit standoffish and slightly unreasonable.
I do hope this is better than the root beer.
it is a weird color, almost a urine shade. well it could be a urine shade, depending on what you drank beforehand. i will go with the hope and assumption that it is not in fact pee.
huh, this is better than the root beer. it is pretty light and refreshing. that is not often something you say about sarsaparillas i have to admit. i have had a couple of root beers similar to this but usually a sarsaparilla is more robust and strong. guess rebs will be rebs and do some rebelling against the norms of the soda world. carbonation is rather low, not that that is a terrible thing. it does make it go down easier. yeah, light, slightly rooty taste, rather sweet more than anything else. i don’t think it goes as well as the sole focus, but with some food it would work quite well.
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|Type:||Sarsaparilla||Comes In:||12oz glass bottle|
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Ingredients: carbonated water, sugar, caramel color, artificial and natural flavors, citric acid, gum acacia, preserved with sodium benzoate.