well this may be pushing the boundaries a bit of the definition of ‘root beer’ as this is not really made with roots I do not think. although perhaps the roots of the elderberry plant are used, most likely it is the berries that they utilize for this beverage. but as they called them “evergreen” these seems to qualify in my mind. granted I forgot I had this and it was best by quite a long while ago, so I am hoping it is still good and the seal is good.
oh, yes I would say this was sealed well, quite a solid escape of gas! very good job Rocky Mountain Soda Co people! it is a clear drink. I approve of that. it was not exactly expected but it’s better to not throw weird colors in here anyway.
I was hoping this would be like spruce beer, something I had not had before but quite liked. but it isn’t. it actually is not very tasty. it is unique, I will give it that at least… it is more medicinal to me. but not in a good way. when I was a wee lad I had to take a lot of medicines because of allergies and the like. this tastes a lot like one of them. that is not a happy association exactly. or a good taste. it is not even very sweet so that won’t mask the not goodness. it is more bitter than anything. I am not going to throw up or anything here but I’d never buy it again or recommend it. if this is an office favorite at Rocky Mountain Soda Co as the website proclaims, I feel bad for the office.
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Ingredients: triple filtered water, evaporated cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid