According to Boylan’s website, Boylan Root Beer “has a rich and spicy sassafras flavor, thanks to its blend of cinnamon, anise, black pepper, mushroom, sweet birch, extracts of chocolate and coffee, vanilla and wintergreen oil. Sounds complex, but the end result is an authentic, traditional tasting root beer with only a subtle creamy note.” Thank you to Mary Marchione and Brody Cox for the request. Are you looking forward to the upcoming movie, “The World’s End”? Please let me know […]
There is a tremendous amount of variety in the world when it comes to root beers. On this episode, I’m going to blind taste six of them. Thank you to Richard Mont, mikeypaco, Kevin Saju and candouidus for the request. Of the root beers featured here, which ones have you had? And which is your favorite? Please let me know in the comments. Here is a run down of the sodas featured in this blind tasting: Boylan Root Beer Company: […]
On their website, Boylan describes this drink as “the perfect blend of pure vanilla extract, cane sugar and just the right amount of carbonation, to create a cream soda that is flavorful but still refreshing. As one of our reviewers summed it up, ‘Smooth. Creamy. Fizzy. Perfect.’” Are you a fan of Boylan Creme? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Cream soda dates back to the mid-1800s. They’re usually tan or caramel colored and often incorporate vanilla or vanilla-like flavors.There is a wide selection available and, on this episode of Soda Tasting, we’re going to blind taste some of them. Thank you to Musicluvr4 for requesting that I do a cream soda blind tasting. Please note: On this episode, the introduction was cut off, due to some sort of technical issue with my camcorder. What’s your favorite cream soda? Please […]
According to the Boylan website, this soda’s “rich, bold flavor comes from our unique blend of different cherries, wild cherry bark, and extracts of bourbon vanilla. The end result is a hearty, flavorful, sweet yet tart beverage that has become the gold standard by which all cherry sodas will be measured.” Thank you to Ralph M. Rivera for the request. What’s your favorite black cherry soda? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Boylan says that this soda “has a truly unique, standout flavor in a sea of commercial lollipop-type orange sodas. Our orange is refreshing and less sweet, with a distinctive, tangerine-like citrus flavor that will change the way you think about orange soda. It’s great any time of day, even for breakfast!” Are you a fan of Boylan? What’s your favorite Boylan product? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Boylan has been making soda since 1891. Ginger Ale is one of several flavors that they offer, sweetened with cane sugar. What’s your favorite ginger ale? Please let me know in the comments, so that I can taste it! Thank you for watching.
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