Why is creme soda called creme soda?
I mean, there's no actual creme in it, so how did the name originate?
In the United States, cream soda is often clear or colored light brown and vanilla-flavored, but red, pink, orange and blue are also relatively common. In addition, in some places in the U.S. where the drink is made on location, especially in cafes, cream soda consists of soda water, vanilla syrup, and cream or half and half.
From the beginning creme soda has had either eggs - milk - or some kind of half and half to make it creamier
Here in England we have ice-cream soda, though I hear in the US it's called a "float". We put ice-cream in the things like lemonade (we tried with Coca-Cola and that went unpopular very quickly), thus making it an ice-cream soda. I don't know if that's the origin, and cream sounds fancier than creme, but either way it's still an answer.
I love cream soda, and I figure it's named for it's delicious creamy taste.
by sbx33333 8 years ago
why the name is half n half if its 1/4 of whipping cream
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