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Polar Soda Orange Cream - 4-11.5 FZ
Soda, Orange Cream
Made with pure cane sugar. Made with natural flavors. Very low sodium. No caffeine. Est 1882. Premium small-batch quality. A savvy bartender from Worcester, Massachusetts, who already made his own whiskey and gin, began crafting a bubbly new beverage. Using pure cane sugar, natural fruit and herb extracts, and his own carbonation style, he was working on a hunch that soda pop would be big. That was 1882 and the man was our great-grandfather, Denis Crowley. Since ice was rare back then, he adopted the Arctic Polar bear as a mascot to convince folks his new sodas were cold and refreshing. For over 130 years we have remained a family business and that bear is still on every bottle we make. The world has changed, but nothing has replaced the pure enjoyment of an ice-cold, well-crafted American soda. We still rely on quality ingredients, great people and those original recipes to craft Polar Cane Sugar Sodas - except now we call them our classics. Enjoy cold, savor slowly, share with friends. The Polar Arctir Bear is by noted American illustrator Frank Ver Beck and dates back to 1899. PolarClassics.com. Facebook. Twitter. Thank you for your purchase. Now join us at: PolarClassics.com. Please recycle.
Serving Size: 12floz
Servings Per Container: 4
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Contains: Carbonated Water, Pure Cane Sugar, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate (Preservative), Acacia Gum, Ester Gum, Yellow 6.
Warning Contains: Contents under pressure. Open slowly, away from face.