Soda Tasting

Virgil’s Dr. Better Review (Soda Tasting #163)

According to their website, Virgil’s Dr. Better “is a classic Dr. Type soda recipe made naturally using the finest ingredients possible. … Our first step was to research the recipes used to make the original Dr. Type sodas from the early 1900’s. Of course we found none since the recipe is a heavily guarded secret and our attempts to infiltrate and crack their safe failed. But we used our taste buds and knowledge of roots, spices and fruits to make a formula that surpasses any other Dr. type soda.”

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Virgil's Dr. Better
Soda: Virgil's Dr. Better
Company: REED'S
Calories (12 oz.): 150
Caffeine (12 oz.): Free
Sweetener: Evaporated Cane Juice

According to their website, Virgil’s Dr. Better “is a classic Dr. Type soda recipe made naturally using the finest ingredients possible. … Our first step was to research the recipes used to make the original Dr. Type sodas from the early 1900’s. Of course we found none since the recipe is a heavily guarded secret and our attempts to infiltrate and crack their safe failed. But we used our taste buds and knowledge of roots, spices and fruits to make [...]

According to their website, Virgil’s Dr. Better “is a classic Dr. Type soda recipe made naturally using the finest ingredients possible. … Our first step was to research the recipes used to make the original Dr. Type sodas from the early 1900’s. Of course we found none since the recipe is a heavily guarded secret and our attempts to infiltrate and crack their safe failed. But we used our taste buds and knowledge of roots, spices and fruits to make a formula that surpasses any other Dr. type soda.”

Thank you to TheBigOReview for the request.

Are you a fan of Dr. Better? Please let me know in the comments.

Thank you for watching.

Date published: 05/24/2013
3.5 / 5 stars

2 comments on “Virgil’s Dr. Better Review (Soda Tasting #163)

  1. I agree with what you said about Virgil’s Root Beer having a strong liquorice taste. I noticed that too when I had it a while back. I read a review about Dr. Better on another blog, several months ago, but I have yet to find it here where I live. I’ve seen every other Virgil’s drink but that one around here!

    Great web site, btw.

    • Thanks so much, Mr. Avey. I really appreciate the kind words. Good luck finding Dr. Better. I have only ever seen it once that I can recall.

      Patrick