The days when all you had to drink was plain milk have been over for a long time. You can buy and find all sorts of flavors to add into your milk. Most traditionally – chocolate! Chocolate flavored milk is probably THE most common flavor that is added to milk. But manufacturers have also come up with an assortment of other flavors which people have grabbed onto and love, these milk flavors include
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Flavored milk is made by adding a powder or pre-made mix to milk.
Snapple is a popular brand of ice tea and juice drinks that come in a variety of flavors. It has been around since 1972 but has become very popular in recent years. There is one discontinued Snapple flavor which is the Snapple Orange Ice Tea Flavor.
Snapple Tea flavors include: Very Cherry, Lemon, Lime Green, Mint, Raspberry, Peach, Just Plain Unsweetened, and Kiwi Teawi. The Snapple Juice Flavors include: Fruit Punch, Grapeade, Kiwi Strawberry, Apple Pie, What-A-Melon, Out-Red-Geous Orange, Go Bananas, Raspberry Peach, Summer Peach, Orangeade, Mango Madness, Cranberry Raspberry, Snapricot Orange, and Snapple Apple.
There are also a variety of Diet Snapples and Lemonade Flavors.
Sweet Ice Tea is one of the best drinks for the summer. Sweet tea is commonly enjoyed in the southern states more than others, but it makes no difference which state you are in as long as you have some tea and sugar. Sweet tea is made from black tea leaves, brewed per the directions on the box, then infused with sugar water (or simple syrup) usually to taste. The taste for sweet tea drinkers is to have the tea sweet, very sweet, hence the sweet part in the name sweet tea. Since summer is here I would suggest making a nice pitcher of the iced tea, pouring it over a full cup of ice, and enjoying the refreshing flavors of sweet tea.
Here is a quick and easy way to add your own flavor water. Water flavoring is common in bottled water sold at stores. But if you are not one who wants to pay for bottled water but you still want the water with added flavor why not do it yourself?
What are the 23 Flavors of Dr Pepper? According to the Dr. Pepper webiste, “Dr. Pepper is a unique blend of 23 flavors. The formula for Dr. Pepper is proprietary information.” It is true that the twenty-three ingredients found in the soda are a closely guarded secret, and has been since the cola’s introduction in 1904 at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Noone knows for sure what the flavors are, however there are some guesses floating around the internet…the most common guess at the flavors I’ve found include: Amaretto, Almond, Blackberry, Black Licorice, Caramel, Carrot, Clove, Cherry, Raspberry, and Vanilla, among other flavors.
The flavor of Dr. Pepper is hard to describe – some people think that amaretto mixed with club soda, or amaretto mixed with cola taste exactly like Dr. Pepper; others claim that Dr. Pepper tastes slightly similar to cherry-flavored root beer. There are even rumors that Dr. Pepper contains prune juice – however, this is the one flavor that the cola’s website does address – Dr. Pepper officially says in it’s FAQs “Dr Pepper is a unique blend of natural and artificial flavors, it does not contain prune juice.”
Recipe for Hot Dr. Pepper
According to the Dr Pepper website – one winter flavor you do not want to miss is Hot Dr Pepper. The directions to make according to the company website: heat Dr. Pepper to 180 degrees, then pour the hot Dr. Pepper over a slice of lemon in a coffee mug.
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