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Old 11-19-2007, 07:05 PM   #11
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GB I add soda water to all my drinks that aren't hot or milk based.
You should actually try it in chocolate milk. That is an Egg Cream and it is delicious.
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Really??? How much soda water to say half a pint of choc milk? I want to try this!!
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I would do 50/50 or maybe 60/40 (heavier on the chocolate milk) depending on your tastes. I usually make the chocolate milk a little more chocolaty than I would if I were just drinking it straight, but you don't need to do that.
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I need caffeine at the mo, so I think I will try that at lunchtime. Always on the look out for a new drink! Thanks!
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Can't wait to hear how you like it.
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ahhhhh Soda water LOL
There's a drink with Ginger Wine or something that I add Soda Water to, it has a name but I can't remember it.

I've had OJ and "seltzer" it is more refreshing, gives it a bit of a zing lol
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yeah i'm curious to hear how u go with that too!
seriously milk and sodawater? i'm a milk drinker...
should i put a scoop of ice-cream as well ;) hehehehe
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Do you mean Stone's Old Ginger Wine??
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yeah i'm curious to hear how u go with that too!
seriously milk and sodawater? i'm a milk drinker...
should i put a scoop of ice-cream as well ;) hehehehe
Why not? Bit of a spider then I guess! Love spiders!!
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Do you mean Stone's Old Ginger Wine??
EXACTLY! found it by accident once cos my bf likes ginger and we were taste testing, then we added soda water, then realised it actually has a name to it hahaha
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