Real Creme Soda

cream creme creaming soda recipe

Creme or creaming soda has been around since the mid 1800’s. The original recipes called for ingredients such as epsom salts, eggs and milk, luckily the creme soda we know today is a much simpler affair.
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Traditional Coca-Cola (1886 Recipe)

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Coca-Cola was invented by Dr John Pemberton a pharmacist from Atlanta, Georgia. Concocted as a cure for his addiction to Morphine, the good Doctor eventually sold the rights to the formula in 1888 and died from stomach cancer soon after, still addicted to morphine.
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Galangal Beer (Alcoholic)

galangal ginger beer recipe

Galangal while similar to ginger, is more peppery and aromatic than ginger, and additionally has tones of pine whereas ginger has more of a fiery, pungent and sharp taste.
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Traditional Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic)

Homemade Ginger Beer recipe

Ginger beer can be produced at home using a symbiotic colony of yeast and a Lactobacillus (bacteria) known as a “ginger beer plant”. This traditional ginger beer recipe has its origins from the colonial spice trade with the Orient and the sugar producing islands of the Caribbean.
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Pink Lemonade

pink lemonade recipe clone

Similar to hard lemonade but with a pink hue, the pink hue is achieved with the addition of strawberries which not only add colour but also extra flavour.
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Big Boys Ginger Beer

Strong Ginger Beer recipe

Ginger beer is such a refreshing drink, not only is it a fresh change from beer but you can also add a shot of rum and make a dark and stormy. This recipe adds a few more ingredients than the usual ginger beer making it a real little puncher!
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True Sarsaparilla

Real Sarsaparilla Recipe

Sarsaparilla was originally made from a blend of birch oil and sassafras, this recipe however combines many other aromatic herbs to make a very good homemade sarsaparilla.
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Hard Lemonade (Alcoholic Lemonade)

Hard Lemonade - Alcoholic Lemonade recipe

The earliest written evidence of lemonade has been found in Egypt, around AD 1000. Fast foward to 1676, a company known as Compagnie de Limonadiers was founded in Paris where vendors would roam the streets serving the lemonade from tanks on their backs.
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