Frostop Orange & Creme

(Last Updated On: December 14, 2009)

Frostop Orange This is part of a series of posts on juices and unique drinks that I have come across. Everyone knows the Pepsis and Cokes of this world and many sites cover the wines and beers, but I am bringing to you the rest of the beverage world

I have been a big fan of Frostop root beer ever since I discovered it a couple years ago. I did not know they made an orange & creme soda pop until this past weekend when I discovered it at Cattleman’s Meat in Taylor, Michigan. I was excited to give it a try. It came in a clear glass bottle (first time I have seen a Frostop product in glass). It tastes like someone took one of those orange and creme pops, melted it down, carbonated it and poured it into a bottle.

4stars I have had other orange and cream soda pops before but this has to be the best. Once again Frostop has shown they are experts in making carbonated beverages.

6 Replies to “Frostop Orange & Creme”

  1. […] different cuts of beef, pork, and chicken for about $90). They are also the only place I have found Frostop Orange & Creme, which is one of the best orange soda pop I have ever […]

  2. […] of a cream flavor. There are other drinks out there that have more of that orange cream taste (try Frostop), than this one. I personally would label this as just an orange soda. For an orange soda pop I […]

  3. This beverage can be purchased from the Old 52 General Store in Sabin, MN or online at http://www.shopold52.com/store/product.asp?productID=458&submit=Go

    Frostop recently changed the bottle size from 16oz to 12oz, but the soda recipe remains the same.

  4. […] to water! I did not give this drink 5 stars because I do think that the orange cream pop that Frostop makes it superior to this one. But don’t for a minute think this isn’t a worthwhile […]

  5. […] Sarsaparilla (made by Frostop). At the store in Ypsilanti, MI I found the Kansas City Sarsaparilla, Frostop Orange & Creme, and Boylan Root Beer. This drinks may not last long, so head into your local Big Lots to pick up […]

  6. […] flavor. The carbonation is just about as good as it gets. I don’t like it as much as the Frostop version, but it’s still worthy of a 4 star […]

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