Review: Peace Tea Georgia Peach Tea

Peace Tea Georgia Peach Tea

Very sweet with a notable use of sucralose in the aftertaste. Not the best peach tea we’ve tasted. You can probably do better looking elsewhere.

Review: Peace Tea Green Tea

Peace Tea Green Tea

Probably the most authentic-tasting of the Peace Tea lineup, this Green Tea flavor also features honey and ginseng. It’s affordably refreshing!

News: Caleb’s Cola tested by Pepsi

Caleb Bradham created Pepsi

Pepsi has been market testing a beverage called Caleb’s, named after the brand’s founder. Positioned as an upscale drink, including sugar sweetener and flavors from the kola nut, spices, and citrus.

Review: Kutztown Ginger Beer

Kutztown Ginger Beer

Clean sweetness and strong-yet-inviting ginger finish make this oddly-colored ginger beer a winner!

Review: Arizona Soda Shaq Cream Soda – Vanilla, Blueberry, Strawberry, & Orange

Arizona Soda Shaq Cream Soda

The Soda Shaq lineup is ambitious, but tackles a cream soda niche that isn’t saturated with competitors. Orange and Vanilla are great entries, with Blueberry and Strawberry being so-so. In any case, Shaq’s face creeps me out!

Review: Nehi Orange

Nehi Orange

Very sweet, sugar-infused orange flavor from Nehi, in a glass bottle to boot. Unfortunately, the orange isn’t, well, very orangy… and the aftertaste is a bit odd.

Review: Nehi Peach

Nehi Peach

Crisp. Clean. Glass-bottled. Sugar-sweetened. An amazing peach-flavored experience that isn’t syrupy, but bursting with clean flavor and a storied history!

Review: Zun & Zun Lite Energy Drinks

Zun Energy Drink

Lightly carbonated energy drinks with fruity flavor, packaged in a unique rocket-shaped bottle. Brilliant packaging for a syrupy-tasting product.

Review: Capone Family Secret Root Beer

Capone Family Secret Root Beer

An average root beer with a familiar Chicago gangster name. Creamy and smooth, while sweetened with sugar.

Review: Dang! Butterscotch Root Beer

Dang! Butterscotch Root Beer

An amazingly tasty root beer from a family-owned bottler. You can’t miss the unique butterscotch accent. Why didn’t anyone else think of this? Highly recommended!