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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Nichol Kola

In the 2010 edition of Soda Spectrum, contributor Blair Matthews writes “there’s hardly a trace of what was once such a successful and lucrative cola brand.” But searching is our thing… so we searched. 613 more words

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The Story of Typhoo Tea

Typhoo’s Beginings

Typhoo’s origins are located in Birmingham . By the turn of the 20th century, Birmingham had over sixty tea merchants selling mostly large leaf tea. 1,559 more words

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Walnut Milk / Valnøttmelk

A recipe for a dairy free milk found on bhg.com

Silky nut milks are a great alternative to traditional dairy milks
and are surprisingly simple to make. 9 more words


Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Upper 10

Upper 10 is a caffeinated lemon-lime soft drink, similar to Sprite, 7 Up, Sierra Mist, and Bubble Up. It was bottled by RC Cola.

The Upper 10 brand debuted in 1933 as a product of the Nehi Corporation (later Royal Crown Corporation). 82 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Swedish Julmust

Julmust (Swedish jul “Christmas” and must “juice”) is a soft drink that is mainly consumed in Sweden around Christmas. During the rest of the year it is usually hard to find in stores, but sometimes it is sold at other times of the year under the name must. 457 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Norwegian “Julebrus”

Julebrus is a Norwegian soft drink, usually with a festive label on the bottle. It is brewed by most Norwegian breweries, as a Christmas drink for minors, who aren’t eligible (by law) to enjoy the traditional juleøl (English: Christmas Ale). 122 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Jolly Cola – An Original Danish Soft Drink

Jolly Cola is an original Danish soft drink dating back to 1959. Today, Jolly Cola is produced by the Danish brewery ‘Vestfyen’, which also produces Jolly Light, the sports drink Jolly Time and Jolly Orange. 983 more words

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