Frostop Orange & Creme

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

    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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