One would expect an apple sauce-flavored beverage to taste a lot like apple juice or cider. Jones Soda Apple Sauce Soda is not a bad attempt at the flavor. If anything, I felt that the drink’s apple flavor could have been more enhanced, as it was somewhat weak, almost like watered-down apple juice combined with carbonation. Still, not a bad contribution to the Chanukah Pack found in the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection.
Jelly Doughnut Soda? It’s another flavor found in the Chanukah Pack, part of the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection. There really isn’t much of a donut flavor here. Rather, this soft drink is primarily a strawberry-flavored drink, and not a very solid one at that. Sweet, syrupy, but underwhelming overall.
Jones Soda Latke Soda is not a recommended beverage. Part of the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection by being packaged in the Chanukah Pack, the bitter-but-lacking taste, high sodium content, and really low use of sugar creates not a potato-flavored drink, but rather one that prompts you to find something to cleanse your palette quickly!
I find joy with caffeine-free products that offer a unique flavor beyond the traditional Sprite, Sierra Mist, and 7Up varieties. Such can be found with Canada Dry Cranberry Ginger Ale. You are pleasantly greeted by a distinctive influx of cranberry. Not too sweet, great with or without food. It’s a muted, dry flavor that is highly recommended.
Improving quite a bit over its 2006 incarnation, Jones Soda Candy Cane Soda still offers a bad scent, but does provide a pleasant, minty taste. While not as good as other 4-Pack installments in the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection (Jones Soda Gingerbread Man Soda, Jones Soda Christmas Cocoa Soda), it doesn’t make you puke.
Pomegranate 7Up is basically Cadbury Schweppes’ take on last holiday season’s Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash from PepsiCo. It’s a subtle, not very sweet, tasty addition to the 7Up lineup, whether partaken alone, with food, or as part of a mixed beverage. It’s pretty good!