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Old 03-22-2009, 10:02 PM   #1
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Question Making punch: kiwi flavor with Sprite???

I would like to use a store bought kiwi flavored punch and add lemon flavored sprite to it. Does it sound ok with the combination? I have never made any punch before and was looking for a simple and quick punch recipe. It calls for punch with carbonated lemon drink together. I thought about sprite. Is it ok?

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Old 03-22-2009, 10:13 PM   #2
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Sprite is a great addition to any punch drink. Heck, you can even add Sprite to beer. It's a wonderfully versatile drink.
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Old 03-22-2009, 10:42 PM   #3
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If Sprite isn't quite right. 7up changed their formula, it's very good now, not quite as sweet as Sprite. In my opinion it's a bit fresher tasting.
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7up changed their formula?????????? Seriously??????? When? I'd love to see the press release on that because they are on advertising such a thing. I prefer Sierra Mist over both but I would love to see evidence that 7up changed their formula.
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7up changed their formula?????????? Seriously??????? When? I'd love to see the press release on that because they are on advertising such a thing. I prefer Sierra Mist over both but I would love to see evidence that 7up changed their formula.
Okay, after a bunch of research, this so called change is untrue and just marketing. 7up is 7up. Nothings really changed.
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