Americana Vintage Soda Reviews

(Last Updated On: June 14, 2017)

What could be more patriotic than drinking a classic root beer with an American flag on the bottle? Americana is a line of “vintage sodas” that is distributed by Orca Beverages out of Mukilteo, WA. The bottle tells me that this soda is handcrafted and contains pure cane sugar as the sweetener. The Americana brands offers 6 flavors: Root Beer, Huckleberry, Honey Lime Ginger Ale, Black Cherry, Orange Cream, and Honey Cream (the last 2 I haven’t had yet). Below you will find my thoughts on each one of these classic soda pops!

Americana Root Beer

This root beer contains vanilla, licorice and sassafras root bark. When I first tasted it, I felt like “this is kind of ordinary”, but then those other flavors hit you and it’s like “woah, there is something to this root beer.” It’s kind of on the sweet side, so that may be a turn off to some people. The amount of carbonation as with all the Americana sodas was perfect.

Americana Black Cherry

This is actually the first Americana flavor I had and so it’s the one that got me to seek out the others. There are so many artificial tasting black cherry sodas out there, luckily this isn’t one of them. This is a good black cherry with a genuine cherry flavor, no cough medicine aftertaste here. I would like to compare this one side by side with Henry Weinhard’s Black Cherry Cream, which I did give a 5 star rating to.

Americana Honey Lime Ginger Ale

While Americana offers some of the traditional soda flavors, they also go outside the box, like with their Honey Lime Ginger Ale. I never would have thought of that combination, but they all work so well together. This drink is complex and delicious. The Ginger Ale itself is on the strong side, so I hope you like ginger ale!

Click here to check out my original review of Americana Honey Lime Ginger Ale.

Americana Huckleberry Soda

Another flavor you don’t see everyday is Huckleberry. It is a great flavor. It doesn’t taste artificial at all. It contains huckleberry and elderberry extracts. It is sweet without being overly so.

Click here to check out my original review of Americana Huckleberry Soda.

Final Thoughts

Americana is one of the best lines of soda pop I have ever had. Everything is either 4 or 5 stars. I haven’t tried the Orange Cream or Honey Cream yet, but I have high hopes for both of them.

5 Replies to “Americana Vintage Soda Reviews”

  1. I tried an Americana Root Beer last night for the first time. It was awesome! I think your review described it very well. I think I even noticed a hint of honey in the flavor. Based on the root beer experience and your review, I’m anxious to try the Americana Huckleberry!

  2. Glad that you found the root beer and enjoyed it as well. The Huckleberry is amazing, I hope you can get your hands on it.

  3. Well, I tasted the Huckleberry Soda last Saturday for my first try at Americana Soda Pop….It was so delicious that my eyes rolled backwards…My family all giggled at me…but I’m telling you…it had to be one of the best things I’ve tasted in quite a few years! We were at the 5 cent cafe in Downtown Los Angeles which has all home-made foods, so the Americana Sodas fit right in with all of the delicious flavors. I’ve been in the food industry for 50 years, and this was a special treat…Thank You! Yummmmmy

  4. You must hurry and try their vanilla cream. It is the best cream soda I have ever had. It’s soooo good, and I’m not a big fan of cream sodas.

  5. I have had the privilege of drinking an Americana Honey Cream Soda. I was awaiting a ferry to Sequim, WA and it was delayed. My husband and I walked across the street to a little cafe and I ordered the BEST I’ve ever had cream soda, and I’ve had a lot of them. The flavored are perfect and the honey taste distinct. I found this site by researching where I can purchase my new favorite drink from. I purchased 6 bottles unopened and brought them back to Louisiana with me, but they are gone now. Thanks so much for your help. I didn’t want to drive back to WA to buy more, but I would have!

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