Virgil's Cream Soda 355Ml
- Is a classic cream soda recipe made naturally using the finest vanilla beans.
- Using natural ingredients, we brew a black cherry cream soda so pure, so rich and creamy, you'll swear it's made in heaven.
- Virgil's Cream Soda is a classic soda recipe made naturally using the finest vanilla beans and unrefined cane sugar. For years, we have been making Virgil's Root Beer, a three-time Outstanding Beverages Award winner of the National Association of the Speciality Food Trade (the national organization for the gourmet food trade). We decided to make a cream soda that would rival the super premium quality of our root beer.
- Micro brewed with real vanilla beans
- Made naturally, for the cream soda Connoisseur
- Our ingredients 100% GMO-free
- All natural flavors
- No preservatives
- Low sodium
- Gluten free
- Pack size: 355ml
- Low sodium
Purified Carbonated Water, Unbleached Cane Sugar, Caramelized Unrefined Cane Sugar, Vanilla Extract, Natural Flavors
- Free From: Gluten
Preparation and Usage
- Serve chilled (without ice)
- Free From Preservatives
Name and address
- Reed's, Inc.,
- CA 90061.
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