Well, it is official. As of January 11, 2012 at 5 p.m. Dublin Dr Pepper
as we all know it has become a collector's item. "Buy Up All You Can" the headlines read but don't open them up!
We have some of the last remaining product from the Dublin, TX.
Order today and hold on to a piece of beverage history that dates all the way back to 1891.
Dublin Dr. Pepper is now one of the classic sodas in history. This nostalgic soda still uses imperial pure cane sugar as its sweetener.
Dublin Dr. Pepper was invented by pharmacist Charles Alderton in 1891 for the Old Corner Drug Store owned by Wade Morrison where he worked. Inspired by the aroma of soda fountain mixed with scent of fruits, the product became an instant hit and later on was named Dr. Pepper.
The first franchisee's plant in Dublin still stands today and still retains the same recipe of using cane sugar that everyone has loved inspite of the trend of using high fructose corn syrup in new sodas. So if you want to enjoy the classic taste and see the difference, have a sip of Dublin Dr. Pepper and discover the taste that made it part of beverage history.
carbonated water, imperial pure cane sugar, caramel color, phosphoric acid, artificial and natural flavors, sodium benzoate (preservative), caffeine
serving size 1; calories 100; fat 0g; sodium 35mg; total carbs 27g; sugars 27g; protein 0g
8 oz glass bottles