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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Ham soda

I can't decide if this is clever or just gross: Jones Soda is marketing a ham soda - kosher, no less - alongside other wacky holiday flavors: sugar plum soda, jelly doughnut soda, potato latke soda. I haven't seen this in stores yet (but haven't been looking). Who's tried it!?


at 12:08 PM Anonymous nicejewishgirl said...

I haven't tried the ham one (and never will for obvious reasons), but I did try the turkey and gravy one last year and it wasn't bad. It's a weird disconnect though to be drinking something that tastes like turkey and is fizzy. It's as if the brain is baffled.

at 9:58 PM Blogger Earl said...


at 12:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have had the "thanksgiving meal" four pack...and we purchased it as a gag gift for a gift exchange....and the person receiving the gift thought it wise to open then and pass the bottle....sweet jesus....gross is an understatement....

at 1:45 PM Blogger Schottzie03 said...

There has got to be something you can do with ham soda...

Maybe make a sauce?

at 10:52 PM Blogger WestEnder said...

This sounds more disgusting than Ranch ice cream, which the tasters at Ben & Jerry's voted worst ever (and they tried some bizarre flavors).

at 3:25 PM Anonymous julie said...

Every new year's eve, a group of friends buys the Thanksgiving Meal, and we all do shots of them. The "savory" flavors are awful-- though the buttery mashed potato one was surprisingly more palatable than the rest. The green bean casserole made me gag.

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