This is taken from the Dr. Soda Company web site (right here) 'Bubble Up Is Made With Real Cane Sugar! Bubble Up Comes In A 12oz Glass Bottle. Bubble Up....Kiss Of Lemon & Kiss Of Lime
Now I have no Earthly idea if that's the theme song or what, but it's catchy!
I fondly remember this as the drink of choice when we were sick as kids.
A root beer made exclusively for Red Owl Grocery in Hopkins, MN from the 70's. No, I can honestly say I have never had one of these, and that's too bad, since I thoroughly enjoy a good root beer. I loved the root beer made for Holiday gas station.Actually, if you held me to it, I'd more often than not go for a sarsaparilla. Now that's tasty!
Originally marketed as a Pepsi product with significantly more caffeine to, supposedly, get you moving in the morning... hence the AM moniker. Anyway, I do remember drinking this at least once and it definitely had that tangy, back-of-the-throat thing that comes with those extra-caffeinated beverages. Think JOLT, but far sweeter. If that's possible.
Coca-Cola did little to promote or otherwise distinguish this disaster. In a market already offering far more choice of drinks calling themselves "Coke" than necessary, the public saw little reason to embrace a product they had firmly flipped the finger to seven years earlier as New Coke, and within about a year, Coke II was largely off the American shelves.
The Jic Jac brand produced by Jic Jac, Inc out of St Louis, Missouri is a rather obscure soft drink. The 12 ounce cone top can was produced about 1953, and a tab top can has been noted from the mid 1970's. Eleven painted label bottle variations have been reported dating from 1953 to 1977.
Fun list. My neighbors once owned the company that made Bubble Up.
I do remember Brimfull Rootbeer. Nice list. Good job. Thanks.
I never heard of Jac Jic, but the others somewhat. Thank you for your great memories.h5
Good list. I used to drink a local licorice soda and pineapple soda as a kid I wish I could find now.
I especially remember Bubble Up! Thanks for the list. H5
select one here...