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October 11th, 2008

Green Tea Ginger Ale

Though I don’t drink soda very frequently, I did try one a few weeks ago that I really enjoyed: Canada Dry Green Tea Ginger Ale. Most green tea-infused products don’t even have a hint of green tea flavor. However, ginger ale is a light enough beverage that if done properly, the green tea will actually be detectable. And it is so with Canada Dry’s foray into tea-flavored sodas.

While tea snobs aren’t going to be going nuts over this stuff, I will say that it adds a nice new twist to ginger ale, the one soda everyone can agree on. It’s also a good drink to pick up from the gas station when you’re on the road (though there’s not enough caffeine in it to keep you going, trust me).

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