Starts clean, but results in a muddled aftertaste. You may need a mint to refresh your mouth after a sip.
Take the flavor experience of a root beer float and bottle it. That’s what A&W Float soda attempts to pull off. It’s an interesting innovation idea… and one that comes close, but misses. While it does use sugar and skim milk, the resulting taste is so artificial that you shouldn’t even bother. Great idea, horrible execution.
Clarification regarding Jones Soda’s use of the term “inverted cane sugar” from an e-mail sent by a reader with a degree in biology with a minor in chemistry.