Food Lion is having a huge sale this week (see title). I wasn’t going to spend $10 on soda, but they got me! Luckily, all this expires in July and August so it’ll be drank.
he first time I had this stuff in the summer of 2003 I hated it. It tasted like you know those push popcicles in the narrow plastic bags? Yeah, that’s what it tasted like. I was curious to see if it had changed or I have changed since then so I got one out of the machine at Wal Mart.
It’s better than I remember, but not something I’d drink all the time. In some areas, its a permanent fixture for Pepsi, but just in 20 oz. Some places, it only comes back during the Summer.
And there was absolutely no way I was going to put that orange on the counter. No.
Filed under: things based on drinks
I usually don’t even hang around the bakery section of Wal Mart but I gues I was bored or something, and I ran into this. I’ve seen 7up Cakes before in grocery stores, but never a Crush Cake. I guess since those cheapo six pack glass bottles never sell, they had to get rid of it somehow.
It’s kinda dry. I accidently took a big bite and almost gagged.
The only reason why I bought this since I’m not a big fan of RTD teas?
A) It was on sale ($4.98 at Wal Mart)
B)Coke is retiring the Nestea Snowman
C)The Nestea Cool 24 Pack is kinda rare.
Fruitopia ad I found on an old tape (mostly from 1994 or 1995) that someone donated to the library where I used to volunteer at this past January. We can’t accept homemade tapes so I took the whole box of tapes home with me.
This is for a Cranberry Lemonade flavor. This was back in Fruitopia’s glory days. In 1998 they went to a cold fill method and put it in plastic bottles and the flavors got crappy. It was finally discontinued in 2002-ish and some flavors now run under the Minute Maid name.
Filed under: coffee/hot tea
I’ve only seen these at the Food Lion in Courtland, VA. Coke makes them under the Brain Twist name.
This one had a very intense nut flavor.
I guess this fridgepack was in the middle of a shrinkwrapped pallet.