This definitely tastes like some sort of apple pie. It doesn't taste like the best apple pie I've ever had, but within the constraints of being a soft drink, I think it doing the best it can. The best any soda could possibly do to emulate an apple pie. It tastes like tart granny smith apples with cinnamon and perhaps caramel.
The apple flavor sticks out as being the most prominent flavor. Unfortunately it's also the most unconvincing flavor, tasting the most like candy instead of the real deal. Still, it evokes the taste of apple pie quite well and is good enough that I'd probably get it again.
This Root Beer turned out to be a nice surprise, with a rich but not-too-sweet flavor. The flavor is most similar to a Henry Weinhard's Root Beer, with a pronounced honey taste and a hint of wintergreen cutting through the mix. Also where Weinhard's uses corn syrup, Polar uses can sugar.
I found the carbonation to be just about right, perhaps a bit on the light side, which is okay. Overall, a very nice Root Beer worth trying out.
Well here's a weird one. It tastes a lot like a cherry cola and in some respects like a Dr.Pepper, except with a way more aggressive flavor. This is combined with something that burns in my nostrils and the back of my throat, like a hot ginger beer would, presumably the pepper.
This is an incredibly sharp, highly carbonated, yet still very syrupy drink. If that sounds like a fun time to you, perhaps you should give this a try.
Here it is, the best-selling soda in Scotland. Scotland's "Other" National Drink, Irn-Bru (Iron Brew). The bottle says it's a citrus fruit flavored drink, but it actually tastes like bubble gum. You heard me. It has more in common with Goody Blue Pop than the Foxon Park Iron Brew knock-off.
There is indeed a hint of something citrus-y in there, as well as a few other elements, but all of them are completely overpowered by the bubble gum flavor. It tastes like Dubble Bubble gum, specifically.
Overall, I prefer Foxon Park's Iron Brew.
Is it a Dr.Pepper clone or is it a cream soda? Well, it's a bit of both. It's either the creamiest Dr.Pepper-like drink I've ever had or it's the darkest and most Dr.Peppery cream soda I've ever had. Either way, it's legitimately weird. This isn't to say it's bad though, far from it; I've simply never had this combination of flavors before.
The bottle I tried was a tad watery, so it looses some marks for that; but it's definitely one worth trying, especially if you're in seek of something unique.
A pretty good grape soda that's better than Welch's and NEHI, but not as good as NuGrape. The grape taste is strong, but overly sweet and acidic. There's also a bit of a chemical aftertaste...it's almost unnoticeable, but it's there and it bothers me.
Overall, it's totally fine as far as grape sodas go, but definitely not my first choice.
While the name may be as "Totally Gross" as the label states, the drink itself is not. It's a mixture of orange and pineapple, which if you're from California, should immediately bring to mind Cactus Cooler. If you know what that is, this is basically that and there's nothing more to say. For the rest of you; the combination of orange and pineapple blends into what could be describled as a pineapple Mountain Dew. A vaguely pineapple-tinged, generic citrus drink.
As for it's comparability with Cactus Cooler, Kitty Piddle isn't as smooth and seems to have more pineapple flavor. It's pretty good and a welcome find in these Cactus Cooler barren lands.
One of the best Orange Creamsicle sodas I've had, the other being by Americana. Like that one, the Dublin Orange Cream has a very strong orange popsicle flavor. The Dublin might have a better and more pronounced cream flavor to it though.
Overall, it's very good and definitely worth trying if you like creamsicles.
As far as colas go, this one is similar to Nichol Kola, except less like drinking a spiced Christmas cola and more like drinking a lightly-fermented fruity cola. It tastes mildly fermented, even though the bottle does not claim the drink to be so. What it does claim though is that "True Fruit and Spice" is one of it's ingredients, which I can only assume means they're using real kola nut in this drink, which would make sense given it's distinctive flavor.
As far as the rest of the flavor goes, it's got that old-timey spiced cola thing going on, the "Christmas tea" taste as I call it.
Overall it's not bad, but I don't think I'm interested in getting any more of it.
A sharp and sweet maraschino cherry soda. The flavor is very candy-like and quite good all the way through. Carbonation-wise the drink has a lot of fizz, which is nice. There isn't any fruit pulp or anything floating around in this bright red liquid.
If you're looking for a natural tasting cherry drink, you should look elsewhere - Boylan's Black Cherry perhaps - but if you want a drink akin to a red-colored LifeSavers candy, look no further.