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Soda Review: Kickapoo Joy Juice

Kickapoo Joy Juice bottle capManufactured by California-based Real Soda, Kickapoo Joy Juice is a citrusy concoction named after the potent brew from Al Capp’s classic Lil Abner comic strip. I was hoping that this would taste like a primitive version of Mountain Dew, a soda originally marketed with a similar hillbilly theme. In that respect, it didn’t disappoint. Although grapefruit juice numbers among this soda’s ingredients, the insanely sweet flavor ought to be classified more by color than by whatever food it resembles. Drinking it brought on a nostalgic memory of sipping acid green Mister Misty slushes at the local Dairy Queen. Yeah, they called the flavor “lime” but we all knew that the proper name for it was “green” and nothing else!

Kickapoo Joy Juice bottle label

3 Thoughts on “Soda Review: Kickapoo Joy Juice

  1. Terry Anderson on November 14, 2008 at 2:19 pm said:

    Hey Matt,
    Terry here at ET. Love the soda stuff you’ve been doing. We happen to be just a little ways away from what might be the Mecca of soda stores “Galco’s Old World Grocery”. They have like 400 varieties of soda and tons of beers as well. Their website is pretty extensive.
    The stuff can get pretty spendy, but it is a blast to go in and buy like 12 kinds of ginger ale, or cucumber and lemongrass and rose water sodas. They only carry soda made with cane sugar and almost exclusively in bottles (Mexican Coke!)
    They make good sandwiches and also carry a large variety of vintage candies. They make gift baskets and ship all over. Check it out.

  2. Thanks! Man, I’d be in heaven in that store. I love how you can filter out various flavors on the website. Must be a blast going there.

    Next time we go to Pop the Soda Shop in Scottsdale, I want to try the Mexican Coke, Irish Dr. Pepper and other foreign goodies.

  3. Luscious Lars Anderson on March 27, 2009 at 2:55 pm said:

    Yo, Dawg! Ya’ll got me straight trippin’!

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