Is there any soda as bland and disgusting as sprite?
>Not generic brand club soda
OP is a fegit
I had a Pepsi today for the first time in years.
It was shit. Never again.
I don't drink much soda, but when I do, I'd like it to taste good. Pepsi doesn't. Did they change the formula or have my tastes changed?
I do like Tahitian Treat, though, as well as green tea soda, green tea ginger ale, birch beer, Dr. Pepper and fresh sodas (juice concentrate and sugar in equal volume used to make a syrup for flavouring soda water).
>being a degenerate piece of shit that needs to be killed
>But American syrup is attrocious, get yourself some Mexican soda.
sorry for stereotyping, but why are Mexicans always so proud of whatever that comes from their country and always claim that it's better than anyone else's???
No that's not what my Mom tells me.
Not Mexican, but out here in the USA they're usually the easiest to find that have cane sugar, or regular sugar and they tend to use the old recipes for the colas. I've seen Chink sodas but they have weird ass flavours (like milk tea) and nip ones are expensive because of some weird import. Fanta is German but it's made and imported from Mexico so that's why I drink Mexican sodas.
I actually live close to Galco Pop so I have a wide selection of delicious sodas.
>they're usually the easiest to find that have cane sugar, or regular sugar
To my knowledge the only brand that still uses cane sugar, at least in Mexico, is Boing. Back when a special tax on sodas was being discussed, a controversy emerged since it was going to be applied only to "sugary beverages". Then Boing made a complaint saying they were going to be the only brand affected since everyone else moved to corn syrup.
I couldn't find a source in english. http://www.m-x.com.mx/2013-10-14/advierte-pascual-boing-las-refresqueras-no-pagarian-impuesto-a-bebidas-azucaradas-usan-fructuosa/
I don't know how they sell them in Mexico, but the stuff that gets imported over here is in glass bottles and they have cane sugar. They do sell small coca-cola glass bottles but they're expensive and still have corn syrup. If you buy the larger plastic bottles like Jarritos, etc. those are made with corn syrup. One needs to get the glass bottles specifically.
I usually drink Japanese soft drinks because I'm not poor.