i don’t understand this stuff at all. there is no real brand on it, yet it is not generic or anything i do not think, especially at like $1.50 a bottle… plus it is only sold by the individual bottle at this one Grand Union. maybe it is other places but not that i have seen. another, it is kind of lame, too herb-y really. that weird anise / licorice flavor going on but it still doesn’t work well i do no think. just ok really. and how does one classify it?! i need to pigeon hole! i cannot compare against peers if i do not know if it is a sarsaparilla or a root beer! well, since they make an “Old Fashioned Root Beer” or whatever also, perhaps this is the
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|Type:||Sarsaparilla||Comes In:||12oz glass bottle|
|Available:||NJ, NY, online||Obtained in:||Berkeley Heights, NJ|
Ingredients: Sparkling spring water, fructose, molasses, our own natural sarsaparilla flavoring of licorice root extract, natural oils of anise, cherry bark extract, and herbal extracts.