Have some of the best Soda Flavors out there changed over the years?
I have noticed that some of my favorite Sodas...that I have liked since I was a kid...don't taste that good any longer. Have my taste buds finally changed so much...after drinking them for so many years...or have they finally altered them so much...that they are just plain "awful" now?
I am happy to say that my favorite soda (pop in PA) has disappeared but not totally gone away. We had a Mom and Pop Bottling Company in our town and they made the best black cherry soda. They made several favorites in our valley but this was my favorite. I have now found it in flavored water. Frutition makes it for Giant Eagle under the Frutition label. Dollar General carries their brand of the same thing. What I like about these is that they are sugarless and don't contain aspertame. I believe they use sucrose to make these two drinks. So I may not have my favorite soda pop any more but I can get the same great flavor in something very similar.
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