Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale - 100% Natural Ginger Ale
Oct 20, 2011 (Updated Oct 28, 2011)
Review by Engel Robin
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Cons:Available mainly in the south.
The Bottom Line: Read and be informed.
A Brief History And Background of Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale
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Formulated in 1901 as an experiment with ginger to relieve stomach ailments, Sid Lee’s ginger tonic was found refreshing in the sweltering summer heat. With the addition of carbonation, this new soda became a household name in Birmingham, Alabama.
Currently, Buffalo Rock is distributed in the southeast and shipped to numerous customers around the country. It’s sharp, tangy ginger taste is insisted on by many who feel that the effects of the ginger ale help to relieve minor stomach illnesses, such as motion sickness.
The taste of Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is uniquely one of kind as far as all of the various several decades of drinking ginger ale since as far back as I can remember. The taste is bold and strong of real ginger. The taste is very similar to that of fresh candied ginger. Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale tastes best to me ice cold from the fridge or cooler. Drinking Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale with ice ruins the unique flavor.
Drinking Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale feels like drinking ginger as it has sensation that tingles more than any other ginger ale I have consumed.
Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale has helped my stomach with pain from high acid levels or nausea from stomach issues that my daily stomach medicine does not control. It is caffeine free so it is great for me if I need quick relief for my stomach at night time without fear of staying awake.
Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is made out of Carbonated Water, Sugar and/or Corn Sweetner, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Natural Flavor, and Caramel Color.
Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale contains 160 calories which comes from carbs that consists of 40 grams of sugar (13% of Daily Value of two thousand calorie diet). Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is fat free and low in sodium with only 20 grams (1% of Daily Value of 2,000 calorie diet). No vitamins or minerals (other than sodium) are noted on the can or container.
Yes, I definitely and highly recommend this Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale as it extremely pleasant to drink for enjoyment or for stomach ailments. It is also very good with vanilla ice cream as a float or separately.
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