sarsaparillas

Avery’s Gold Coin Sarsaparilla

Ah! Avery changed their recipe! or at least their ingredients, which is basically the same isn’t it? or at least half of it, probably like 80% or so. now it has pure cane sugar instead of corn syrup/sugar and other stuff is mixed up in the list.
the color of this still kind of bothers me. I mean if you are going to add caramel color at all, you’d think you’d go all out and make it dark, not this urine sort of shade. personally I would just not put any caramel color in and have it be a clear sarsaparilla. that would indeed be unique. although they do make a clear birch so it might cause some confusion there.
sarsaparilla is a tricky thing. I mean, what is it supposed to taste like? I think it should be a hearty rooty thing. but it doesn’t have to be. this one is not. it is very mellow, rather refreshing and crisp. it has a clean, nice taste, more like a sarsaparilla sweet tea that is carbonated. that is a nice thing. it’s smooth and just plain tasty. I could see drinking this more. but I don’t have any more, so I shall not be doing that.

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Type: Sarsaparilla Comes In: 12oz glass bottle
Available: CT, online

Obtained in: Rocket Fizz
Head: Small Sweetener: cane sugar
Caffeine: No
Website: http://www.averysoda.com

Ingredients:carbonated water, pure cane sugar, natural flavor, citric acid, caramel color, and sodium benzoate (a preservative)

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