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10 Soda Pops To Drink For Christmas

By Edited Jun 20, 2016 0 3

Dublin Dr Pepper
Dublin Dr. Pepper

Dublin Dr. Pepper is just like the Dr. Pepper you buy in the store except it is sill made with real sugar and not high fructose corn syrup. Soda Pop Connoisseurs from all over the word crave Dublin Dr. Pepper. You can order it online at BeveragesDirect.com. 24 8 oz bottles of Dublin Dr. Pepper is currently $32.99.


If you are in Dublin Texas you can go too the bottling factory and buy a case of Dublin Dr. Pepper directly. The Dublin based factory can only sell Dublin Dr. Pepper in its small 44 square mile bottling region however many people buy cases of Dublin Dr. Pepper and resell it. The bottling factory has placed a limit of 25 cases per person per day. Many people get around that limit by bringing friends and family with them.

Route 66 Root Beer

Route 66 Root Beer

Route 66 Root Beer is made with yucca. A 24 pack of Route 66 Root Beer can be ordered from BeveragesDirect for $29.99. It is currently out of stock. Once you have tried Route 66 Root Beer you will understand why root beer drinkers prefer Route 66 Root Beer over old favorites such as A&W Root Beer.


Fukola Cola

Fukola Cola

Fukola Cola is the cola drink with energy. It contains caffeine and Guarana. It has many ingredients not found in other colas such as Coca Cola and Pepsi. Among some of Fukola Colas ingredients are lime oil, orange oil, clove, dill weed, sage, kola nut, Echinacea, and other proprietary herbal blends.

PopSoda.com sells the Fukola Cola $10.99 for a six pack. You can also order a single Fukola Cola for $1.99 if you want to try it out first.

Blue Brain Wash
Blue Brain Wash

Blue Brain Wash is a tart flavored soda pop with the spiciness of Jalapeno oil added. Yes this soda pop contains Jalapeno oil. Blue Brain Wash contains many other herbal ingredients also. You can purchase Blue Brain Wash at PopSoda.com. They cost $1.99 for a 12 oz bottle.

Waialua Pineapple Soda

Waialua Pineapple Soda is a pineapple flavored soda pop made with real can sugar in Hawaii. PopSoda sells these Soda Pops $1.09 for a 12 oz bottle.

DR. Brown's Cel-Ray Soda

DR. Brown's Cel-Ray Soda is called Cel-Ray because this soda pop contains extract of celery seed. SodaPopStop.com sells DR. Brown's Cel-Ray Soda at $1.85 per 12 oz bottle or you can order a case of it for $40.00.

Bug Barf

Bug Barf is sold at ShopOld52.com for $1.99 per 12 oz bottle. It is a kiwi-pineapple flavored soda pop. ShopOld52 says Bug Barf is SODAgusting!

Orange Crush

This Orange Crush comes in a bottle and is made with real sugar. No high fructose corn syrup like you buy locally. SodaFinder.com has two bottles left that he is selling for $5.95 a bottle.

Nesbitt's Honey Lemonade

Nesbitt's Honey Lemonade is available at DrSoda.com for .99 cents for a 12 oz bottle. Not

Honey Lemonade
everybody likes this lemonade but if your loved one tries it there is a good chance you will be ordering more.

A&W Floats and Sunkist Floats

The A&W Floats and Sunkist Floats are available at your local Target Store. These sodas come bottled with the flavor of ice cream. Kids and adults everywhere love these drinks. Don't drink it warm though. Stick it in the fridge and let it get really cool. Once you try one you will want to have more. The best part is these soda pops are available at Target.


Jarritos is a Mexican soda pop maker with a large variety of flavors. In many areas with a high number of Mexicans you can usually find Jarritos Soda Pops. I have even bought Jarritos at Wal-Marts before. They have many flavors including Pina (Pineapple), Guava, Mango, Watermelon,Strawberry, and Lemon lime.

You can almost always find Jarritos for sale at Taco trucks, Mexican bakeries, and in traditional stores such as Wal-Mart and Winco if your area has a large amount of Mexicans.

Jarritos is my favorite brand of Soda Pop. I drink a lot of the Pina, Mango, and Watermelon flavors.

Faygo Fine Rhubarb Pie


Faygo is a popular brand of soft drinks. The Faygo brand is also popular with fans of the rap group Insane Clown Posse. The Insane Clown Posse sprays Faygo at their concerts into the crowd. One of the hard flavors to find is the Faygo Fine Rhubarb Pie. If you get a chance to order it give it a whirl. It's dang good Soda Pop.

Mountain Dew Throwback

Mountain Dew Throwback is the same as regular Mountain Dew except it is made with real sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup. All soda pop use to be made with real sugar so when you drink Mountain Dew Throwback you will be tasting authentic Mountain Dew. The way Mountain Dew is suppose to taste.

Mountain Dew Throwback is available nationwide and many retailers. They also have made Pepsi Throwback which is also made with real sugar.

I prefer beet and cane sugar in Soda Pop as opposed to high fructose corn syrup. Mountain Dew Throwback is the exception. I like the taste of Mountain Dew made with high fructose corn syrup better than I like Mountain Dew Throwback. I think it is because I grew up drinking only high fructose corn syrup Mountain Dew.

I also can buy Mexican made Coca Cola here in my town that is made with cane sugar. I prefer American made Coca Cola that is made with high fructose corn syrup. I do however like the taste of Dublin Dr. Pepper which is made with real sugar a lot more than I like regular Dr. Pepper made with high fructose corn syrup.

Coca Cola Classic

Come Christmas time nothing beats good old Coca Cola Classic. I drink it year round but Christmas time is special. You get the Coca Cola Classic cans with polar bears and Santa Claus on them. In fact the Coca Cola Company helped popularize the traditional image we have of the way Santa Claus looks. Christmas time is not complete without good old Coca Cola Classic.



Dec 8, 2009 11:09am
Very cool, Ernie.

I've never heard of most of these, but they sound really interesting.

I've tried the throwback Dew and Pepsi. I could really taste the difference.
Dec 8, 2009 6:31pm
How fun, great list. I have never even heard of many of these! The Dublin Dr. Pepper looks cool, is Dublin near Austin? Maybe I can check it out!
Dec 21, 2011 2:45pm
Great list of soda's I've never heard of. The Dublin Dr. Pepper sounds great, as well as the Nesbitts Honey Lemonade.
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