May 2, 2002
12:43 AM   Subscribe

After yesterday's sandwich-related thread, you're certainly looking for a tasty beverage to wash down your lunch. Unfortunately, you'll be hard-pressed to locate something potable at The Beverage Network, among whose featured beverages are Java Cola, White Soda (that's carbonated milk), and Pickle Juice.
posted by Danelope (18 comments total)

 
Hell yeah.
posted by eyeballkid at 12:52 AM on May 2, 2002


I couldn't find anything on my favorite beverage (warning flash), and I want to know if I can get it shipped to me. Anybody got any leads on obtaining Snapple Mint Iced Tea in the Portland (orygun) metro area? I've googled and googled and I keep coming up short....
posted by verso at 2:01 AM on May 2, 2002


The most popular white water soda (yogurt-based) in japan is Calpis. To me, it tastes like chalk. I have braved pudding drink, Coffee Cola (as awful as it sounds), Jive coffee (Japanese canned coffee, while it was new and interesting to me when I arrived in 94, is invariably awful), and the doctor proscribed Pocari Sweat (Japan's Gatorade) when I was down with food poisoning and dehydration from a convenience store sandwich.
posted by planetkyoto at 2:59 AM on May 2, 2002


D'oh! "prescribed"
posted by planetkyoto at 3:00 AM on May 2, 2002


i like key lime and lemon meringue sodas.

mmmmmmm....
posted by pxe2000 at 4:14 AM on May 2, 2002


I've had "Dhoog", which is Iranian yogurt soda. I thought it was awful. It tasted like salty sour cream. My co-worker, who grew up in Iran, loves it, though. She said it's definitely an acquired taste. Anyone know where I could find either White Soda or eMoo? I'd love to try them in cereal. :)
posted by emptybowl at 5:16 AM on May 2, 2002


Well Moxie is still on top for me with it's curative Gentian Root. The other thing I have started drinking is fresh apple cider vinegar which is an amazing alternative to alcohol. Also see this thread.
posted by anathema at 6:09 AM on May 2, 2002


Believe it or not eyeballkid, you can get this at Restoration Hardware.

Freaky, no??
posted by gloege at 6:33 AM on May 2, 2002


i like key lime and lemon meringue sodas.

Key lime Stewart's, no doubt about it. But nothing beats Vernor's, which I can not get out East (it's just about the only thing I miss about Detroit, aside from the Wings and Greektown). When I moved to Philly a few years ago my wife tried celery flavored soda that she found at some store (forgot the brand) but didn't like it much.
posted by adampsyche at 6:42 AM on May 2, 2002


Ewww! Cel-Ray! Who the hell though celery soda would taste good? Cel-Ray is the only soda I can think of that I thought was grosser than Dhoog.
posted by emptybowl at 6:46 AM on May 2, 2002


"Pocari Sweat" is good with Vodka.
posted by ColdChef at 7:05 AM on May 2, 2002


If you're wondering why pickle juice is being marketed as a sports drink, here's why.
posted by O9scar at 7:39 AM on May 2, 2002


Carbonated milk? Um, YUCK. I don't even want to think about that.

I miss this, though. Drank it all the time in junior high and high school.
posted by SisterHavana at 9:01 AM on May 2, 2002


Go to a Vietnamese sandwich shop if you're feeling adventerous. Grass jelly soda and squash drinks.

I've got a can of saurkraut juice here if anyone wants it.
posted by donpardo at 9:14 AM on May 2, 2002


Razcal. Best damn soda on earth if you can find it.
posted by jonmc at 9:39 AM on May 2, 2002 [1 favorite]


Carbonated milk? Um, YUCK. I don't even want to think about that.

no different from an egg cream or ice cream soda, really. (I don't like milk, but for those that do...)
posted by mdn at 11:13 AM on May 2, 2002


Vernor's and Northern Neck ginger ale. The best two ginger ales on the planet.
posted by SuzySmith at 1:22 PM on May 2, 2002


lately i've been terribly partial to snapple peach iced tea, thai red bull and jones green apple soda.

however if i want a good kick in the teeth there's nothing wrong with goya ginger beer or skeleteens black lemonade, rat bastard root beer, brainwash or fukola cola.
posted by boogah at 1:58 PM on May 2, 2002


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