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Schweppes Ginger Ale

Schweppes Ginger Ale: The Magnificent Soda of the Summer


The temperature is in the nineties, the mind is foggy, and the feeling is lethargic. A cup of coffee feels foul. The one drink that can perk you up is a non-alcoholic golden drink, chilled to give you maximum satisfaction. As the bubbles gently fizz and as the mind readily accepts this drink, Schweppes Ginger Ale gushes easily down the throat. This is a drink that has many aspects to it. It tastes wonderful when served chilled. It can be used as many a mixer for alcoholic drinks. It serves as a great digestive for a really full stomach and sometimes can even cure motion sickness. Ginger Ale is a favorite among children and adults alike, especially during the summer months. No amount of water can make the difference that a single glass of ginger ale does. It is after all, one of the most commonly sold drinks across the United States and some times more popular than even the colas.


Any visit to the grocery store is incomplete without the twelve pack or a big bottle of the Schweppes Ginger Ale among the carry out items, especially in the months when the temperature seems to be on the oppressive side. Nothing beats the heat like drinking a cool glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale on ice. A glass of it usually doesn't last very long and should be quickly refilled to gain maximum pleasure. Unlike the regular ginger ale, the dry ginger ale is more refreshing and usually doesn't give the heavy kick of the ginger. One can choose to enjoy it as a soda or a drink that add flavor to your Gin, Vodka or Whiskey. However you use it, the Schweppes Ginger Ale enhances the flavors of the ingredients making the taste buds want more.


The original Schweppes Ginger Ale is the counterpart of the Schweppes Tonic Water and the Schweppes Club Soda. It is available in different flavors, as a Diet Ginger Ale, and the Dry Grape Ginger Ale. But nothing is more satisfying or more refreshing than sipping on a tall glass of original Schweppes Ginger Ale and loving the summer.


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