now, i will admit upfront i am jealous of people in the Seattle area. the Root Beer Store is there with all of its branches (roots?). they make is so very easy to get dozens of brands of root beer. and they keep very much on top of new brews coming out. back here on the east coast i have to work hard to get the new stuff! but then Corey emailed me and told me they had gotten Mom’s Rootbeer in and offered to send me a bottle! what?! whoa! that was a great day, it has a gold star on it. a few days later this bottle came along with a fine bottle opener, which i actually needed i must say.
i was a bit worried this would have gone bad as there was a little wetness in the box when it arrived, but the cap was tight and it released a lot of air when opened so i think it is safe.
I don’t know much about this company, just having people ask a lot why there is a Dad’s Root Beer but no Mom’s. their website expired yesterday or else i might have learned more as well. the label doesn’t tell a lot either, it has “cane sugar” it a small font that seems lonely and out of place above the logo and ‘”The Better Half”‘ below which is amusing and a fine slogan. the logo is fine but quite similar to Dad’s.
the flavor here is ok. it could be more flavorful really, it doesn’t come off as really striking your taste buds or light and refreshing. being in between is fine but no way to stand out or make a name for yourself. it has a little bit of a creamy side and the typical root beer flavor in there so comes across somewhat generic. that is better than coming off as bad though. overall it is just alright. i do thank the Root Beer store folks for sending it though!
Anthony’s Rating: 65
User’s Rating: 100
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|Type:||Root Beer||Comes In:||12oz glass bottle|
|Available:||MN, WA||Obtained in:||sent by the Root Beer Store|
Ingredients: purified carbonated water, pure cane sugar, caramel color, sodium benzoate (as a preservative), natural and artificial flavor, citric acid.