Clear lemonade, they say? I should try it.
If it is anything like this http://www.gerani-softdrinks.gr/English/gazoza.htm it should be good stuff. The Greek bottles are not near as nice though.
Now you're hitting on one of my passions. I'm a cola nut (just not literally a Kola nut). I love trying odd colas from wherever I can find them. Not so much sodas, but more oddly specific. Colas.
My kitchen is covered in mostly-but-not-all Coca Cola products and nick-knacks. Now I'll have to look this one up, and see if I can get it shipped to me.
A quick search of the website reveals a cola! http://www.uludagicecek.com.tr/en/urunler_9.asp
a cold drink with a vintage styled glass bottle and an original 30s recipe?
can't be bad... i like the clear drink and the orange flavour, ice cold from the shop!
Deven Science said:
Now you're hitting on one of my passions.
Is that a question?
The recipes are pretty much the same. Quality is another story. Prohibition was a lethal blow for a lot of small artisan breweries and their tasty products. Some larger brewers, surviving after 13 years of non-alcoholic beverage production, returned with bland, unimpressive beer. Nevertheless, any beer enjoyed a hearty welcome in 1930s, since it was legal and available.
I remember having something called a 'phosphate' when I was really young. I was like 8, with my parents at a 'old-time ' restaurant. My parents grew up in the 30s and 40s and said they really liked the phosphate drinks. It was really good. Might be something to look for.