Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Soda Pop Made With Sugar

One of my many interests is soda pop made with real sugar, preferably in a glass bottle. Unfortunately, most of the soda pop made in the U.S. contains High Fructose Corn Syrup so finding soda pop made with sugar can be a bit of a search.  My favorite soda pop is actually imported from across the border. Jarritos brand soda pop is really delicious, can be found all across the United States and is relatively cheap to boot. Most people don't even realize their local grocery store carries it because it's usually not stocked in the soda pop aisle. Most of the time it is stocked in the Mexican/Ethnic Foods aisle instead.

I've seen it sold for as little as $0.59 a bottle on up to $1.00 a bottle. In any event, you won't break the bank buying it and it tastes great! It's currently available in the following flavors:

It's sold in 13.5 oz. glass bottles as well as more expensive1.5 liter plastic bottles. My personal favorites are the Pineapple and the Lime. Most of the people I know who've tried it have liked it. One small bit of warning however, the glass bottles do not have twist off caps. You will need a bottle opener to open them.  Most people have a bottle opener floating around the house, but if you don't they're pretty cheap to pick up.

 If you've never tried a Jarritos before, check out your local grocery store, mexican food outlet or mexican restraunt, give it a try and let me know what you think.

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