Thursday, September 16, 2010

Melon Soda

I like to say that I don't drink soda. I usually don't. But there's always an exception, isn't there?
Melon soda.

The nuclear-waste colored, sugary smoothness of melon soda is my personal ambrosia. Sak's too. We love the sickly green stuff to a fault.
I don't know what looks better - the soda or the sak.

Mmm. Melon slushie wins this round.

It's a good thing it's not mass-produced on the American market. I have a hard-enough time keeping my fingers off the expensive Japanese stuff.

You want some too now, right?

Melon soda can be found in pretty much any Asian grocery store, so look for the bottle with a green honeydew picture on it. It typically comes in two kinds, "melon soda" and "melon cream soda". I'm partial to the non-creamy one, as I like the bring-it-on strength of normal melon soda. But you really can't go wrong with either.

And if you happen to stumble upon the Ramune melon soda - well then, you're in luck! Not only would you get the refreshing delicious taste of melon soda, but also all the fun of popping the marble in the Ramune bottle!

My willpower is weak, so weak!

Do you have a soft-spot for a certain soda?


  1. I have this obsession with apple soda which we've really only found outside of the US. Apple Max in Zambia, Appletisers in South Africa.


  2. OMG played on this today and totally thought of you!!

  3. @gator - ooohhh i just wasted way too much time at that link! lol.

    and i want to try apple soda! it sounds good! is it very different than sparkly apple cider?

  4. Haha. I knew you would love that! <3

    Yes, it tastes more like soda. Sugar.


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