Blenheim HOT Ginger Ale - 12 oz (6 Glass Bottles)
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About Blenheim - A national advertising campaign for Blenheim Ginger Ale began in 1903 with an ad appearing in The New Yorker Magazine. This near century old company is still in existence today, making the same high quality ginger ale. A recent excerpt from The New York Times, reads ''Blenheim Ginger Ale, the pride of South Carolina, pulls no punches, and its feisty approach has propelled it from modest regional fame to cult status.''Order these classics today! (..If for no other reason because Penn Jillettee(Penn & Teller) was on the cover of Wired Magazine wearing a BlenheimT-shirt).
Blenheim HOT Ginger Ale IngredientsIngredients: carbonated water, sucrose, citric acid, sodium benzoate (a preservative), natural flavoring and carmel color
Serving Size: 12 fl. oz. Servings per Container: 1 Amount per serving: Calories: 170 Total Fat: 0g Sodium: 0mg Protein: 0g Total Carbohydrates: 41g Sugars: 41g
Shipping Weight: 18.0 lb
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Love the flavor of the hot ginger ale. Not too hot but give you the thrill of drinking it!
Blenheim has always been my favorite spicy ginger ale. My living in the south allows me to feel some ownership of this South Carolina beverage of over 100 years. I’ve enjoyed trying other hot ginger ales lately, and some that I like leave Blenheim with a sweetness that dominates the experience. Granted, sweet is good and I’ll always hold Blenheim close or even over the top.
My hat’s off to this longtime company.
This is tangy, hot as good as it gets if you like ginger ale
Yummm!!! I love the Spicy Hot Ginger Ale!!!
Great ginger taste plus a bit of heat. I usually order the "Hot" variety. Though it doesn't seem as hot to me as it once did, I know that's only because my palate has adapted to it. I would recommend Blenheim Ginger Ale to anyone who really appreciates the taste of ginger.