Lightly carbonated flavor, influenced by actual apple juice, is very clean. It can probably best be described as tasting like an apple juice version of sparkling grape juice. And yes, it’s sweetened with real sugar. Yum!
McDonald’s introduces their own version of sweet tea, branded as Mickey D’s Sweet Tea. This is part of a large initiative to expand the beverage offerings of the company, following the success of their Premium Roast Coffee. We tap into a sweet tea expert to compare the offering of the Golden Arches against an authentic southern recipe. How does it stack up?
There’s a new Turkey & Gravy Soda on the block, and its name is Christmas Ham. As the anchor “gross meat product” selection in the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection, Jones Soda Christmas Ham Soda lives up to the task of forcing you to gag and really hate that you tasted this beverage. However, the flavor — even a bad one — is quite lacking to take on the worst Jones Holiday flavor ever.
You know those pine-scented air fresheners you see hanging from the rearview mirrors of cars? That’s kinda what Jones Soda Christmas Tree Soda tastes like. Only in liquid form. And carbonated. It’s a rare flavor in the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection because it oddly isn’t modeled after a food item. Nope, it’s modeled after a tree. Even with that difference, it’s still not a good idea to stick it in your mouth!
Sure, it’s a really, really yellow-colored drink. After all, it features both Yellow #5 and #6! But Jones Soda Egg Nog Soda isn’t too bad. It has the flavor of a lemon pie, very sweet. It’s a huge improvement over the garbage featured in the 2006 namesake of this drink. Overall, not a huge win, but something that forms a rather neutral compliment to the 2007 Jones Soda Holiday collection.