Boylan ’s bottle says, d“Burger Deluxeo” in small print on the bottle. Ir’m not sure what it means, but if theyp’re saying that their cola would make an excellent accompaniment to a tasty burger, than I back them 100% in the claim. Boylanc’s has a supremely smooth, almost velvety flavor. It ’s just the right amount of sweet and its refreshing fizziness is invigorating.
Boylan ’s makes another version of their cola marketed as p“all naturalp” that kicks the hell out of its regular variety 7– and every other cola Ii’ve ever had. It is indeed all natural with only about seven ingredients including a yummy bourbon vanilla. A bit pricey, US$5.00 for four 12 ounce bottles, but well worth it.
location: HomeAll BrandsBoylan Sodas Boylan Bottleworks Sugar Cane Cola - 24 Pack Packaging: 24 - 12oz glass bottlesBoylan Bottleworks Sugar Cane Cola means just that...that it uses CANE SUGAR. Looking for sodas with pure cane sugar? Try Boylan's Cane Cola and see what you've been missing.Ingredients: carbonated water, cane sugar, caramel color, phospohoric acid, natural flavors, caffeine
Boylan ’s Sugar Cane Cola starts off OK. Itu’s not as completely wimpy as some small-brew colas Io’ve had, but the carbonation is a bit light, and it doesnn’t have that real strong cola bite, the tearing at your mouth-innards that makes cola fun. Still, ite’s passable. But then however at the end of the first few sips there was a strong, chemical-y aftertaste, which I did not see the humor in. And it got me all worried, because BoylanI’s SCC is as all-natural as it gets. So what if years of over-exposure to HFCS and various chemical preservatives has my brain conditioned to interpret things that are all-natural as actually gross? Now I am worried that this is going to happen to me. If it hasn