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

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

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