wet soda

It’s hot here in the City of Roses once again, so there’s no better time to drink down some tasty beverages! Action Hero Melissa brought over some fancy sodas (she always knows about the new, hip stuff).

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They are from the Dry Soda Co. in Washington and have interesting flavors such as kumquat, rhubarb, lemongrass, and lavender. Sounds very refreshing, no?

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10 Responses to wet soda

  1. Jessica says:

    I was really excited when I saw those in the store. But they were too…well…dry for us.

  2. Those are the nutbags who had the turkey with gravy soda.

  3. megan says:

    I heart lemongrass flavored anything

  4. carolyn says:

    they even look refreshing. ;) and you know i love rhubarb.

  5. Kim says:

    Yummmm! These sound like just my kind of things. Do you know where they can be purchased in Portland? If not, I guess I will have to wait till my next Seattle trip.
    It was Jones Soda that made the turkey and gravy soda. I’d probably try that too cause I will try just about anything, but it sounds pretty icky.

  6. Lydia says:

    Lavender sounds intriguing; I’ll have to go out and try one this week. Always a source of info., Mariko, from moles to boutique sodas to Australian biscuits. Thanks!

  7. Marianne says:

    News!! NEWS!! Demand the news!!

  8. Mia says:

    Yum, lemon grass!!!! And the kumquat sounds tasty…. ou always seem to find the most unusual food stuffs.

  9. becky says:

    Have you tried the hot lips pizza sodas? (note: they are not pizza flavored!) They have a to-die-for strawberry (on draft at Hot Lips!) as well as Raspberry and Blackberry. Strawberry is the best flavor in my opinion.

  10. jennifer says:

    oooooooooooh! The lavender is AWESOME and so is the rhubarb. I tried these at a little restaurant right next to the Pacific Lutheran Uni campus when we visited the northwest in May. (the restaurant ROCKED! – I think it’s called Marzano’s) I soooooo hoped I could get some of this stuff shipped to the dry high plains of KS but to no avail. Man, now I’m really jonesing for some. hmmmm.

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