The RIGHT soda (pop) is listing 16% juice which is roughly 2 oz juice per 11.35 oz. because nutrition info is faster for me to look up in my backwards american weights and measures. to get this far requires some elementary math of 16^ of 330 (ml) and 355 / 12 to begin to get somwe measures going. now if you want you can understand that rosey orange is a color artificially achieved… black carrot juice … image searched paprika… the yellow yet looks red kind don’t believe me search annatto seed and a colors chart some red things are a yellow base of color. this leaves only the ugly enough math of ~27 grams sugar to how much actual water which is around 8.5-9 oz but how much exactly 😉 and! what is the mysterious natural flavors… a drop here or there of which essential oils? because such things are distinct and we know it’s like all sodapops got an acid bite from…ACID which isn’t just there to give it a bite but make it shelf stable and dentist visits coming unfriendly to the pocketbook/teeth.
now curiously. earlier this spell of time ago, I learned why bromated vegetable oil is used… which is to mix with the oils and make them heavier so while oil and water never technically mix but you cant tell if they float to the same levels not thus looking seperated 😉 bromated veggie oil is a tranquilizer similar to why tea has caffeine and coffee does too but tea doesn’t hit the same way coffee does as coffee hasn’t the soothing bromated type chemicals as tea thus the big jitters if you drink too much. speaking of which it’s blueberry hiram walker in the freshly ground house blend coffee from the paris on the platte place….well that was earlier not it’s the soda… nope now it’s the water. (you get the idea – I hope)
now a simple look at the not very reddish color of the beverage says there isn’t a lot of the red stuff in there sow this is pretty much a foily topped over-priced mountain dew. well throwback mountain dew as this is made with actual sugar not the corn stuff. but it does have a tinge and even though it’s cleverly made to appear healthyier…. black carrot is exotic but is still a carrot thus carrot = healthy. paprika equals exotic european which also mean healthy too. the fact it has a foil top like juices do reduces the stigma of it being pop = unheathy. clever how we’re raised to know this stuff by market research.
well enough of captain obvious, I’ve got to get dressed and host games after a spruce up of my house.