Flavor-wise, Hank has created for us quite a tasty treat, using apple and lemon juice concentrates, along with 39 grams of sugar, to deliver a not-too-sweet, not-too-sour sparkling beverage. … I’m old enough to remember Laverne drinking milk and Pepsi, and I tried it, but I think there’s a reason they don’t sell carbonated milk. … I’m willing to say that if this were sold in clear bottles instead of opaque cans, they’d have a tougher time finding customers.
Bottling iced tea with a few simple additives such as fruit and sugar is not a new idea, and Revolution is not a new company. … They really give you the thirst quenching you need when you need some subtle and sweet tea. … The bitter sour green apple blended nicely with the cool tea after a nice bike ride or just during lunch.
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