Cheerwine is a cherry soda made in North Carolina. Previously, I have reviewed both the regular version and the one sweetened with sugar. Carolina Beverage, who produces the drink, partnered with Food Lion to release frozen desserts that use the Cheerwine syrup. On this episode, I’m reviewing the Cheerwine Cream Bars. What other soda infused frozen desserts exist in stores? Please let me know in the comments. Company: Carolina Beverage and Food Lion Calories (per bar): 80 Sweetener: Sugar and […]
Soda mixing when is when I combine two or more sodas to create something new. This time around we’re mixing Cheerwine (with Sugar) and Coca-Cola Vanilla to create Coca-Cola Vanilla Cheerwine. Thank you to Kevin Saju for the request. Have you tried this mix? Please let me know in the comments. Here is the nutritional information for each of the sodas featured in today’s episode: Cheerwine (with Sugar) (see my review) Company: Carolina Beverage Calories (per 12 oz.): 150 Caffeine […]
In episode #9 of Soda Tasting, I reviewed Cheerwine. I tasted the version that is available nationally, which is sweetened by high fructose corn syrup. In this episode, I review the far less common sugar sweetened version, which is sold in glass bottles. Have you had the sugar version of Cheerwine? Do you prefer it to the regular version? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Cheerwine has a long history, going back to at least 1917. It is the “oldest continuing soft drink company still run by the same family,” according to a report in the Salisbury Post. Though it maintains close ties to my home state, North Carolina, Cheerwine can be found throughout the country. CORRECTION: In the video, I referred to Cliff Ritchie as the grandson of L.D. Peeler. He is actually his great grandson. I apologize for the error. Are you able […]
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