If you have a hankering for an ice cream parlour treat, nothing beats an ice cream float on a hot summer day.

 

Have you ever wondered what’s the deal with cream soda? Like, where did the flavour originate from? Or, why is it the only soft drink flavour in the world that varies in colour, depending on where you find yourself? And is it still the go-to hangover remedy for the gen-z party animals of the time?

 

Refreshhh has embarked on a mission to keep the summer feeling alive by bringing you a fun and refreshing new flavour, Fizzy Pink Lemonade. A great tasting combination of Lemon and Cranberry, available in a 2L to be enjoyed on its own or as a mixer.  

 

The ice cream float dates back to the late 19th century when Robert Green operated a soda shop in Philadelphia and used carbonated water, syrup and cream to make his tasty treats. Legend has it, Green ran out of cream one day and instead used ice cream. Soon thereafter, his daily earnings soared from $6 to $600!

 

Coca-Cola today unveiled a new global brand philosophy and platform called Real Magic, which invites everyone to celebrate the real magic of humanity. 

 

As if there weren’t enough conflict in the world, a brand-new “cola wars” is bubbling up.

 

If you want to make fizzy drinks at home, there?s no better machine to use.

 

It's true, there are a few popular beverages that have more sugar than the soft drink like soda. Here, we give just four examples.

 

Carbon dioxide?s role as a taste enhancer has become increasingly clearer.

 

While most people will have their favorites, a recent survey asked individuals in the U.S. which particular sodas they couldn't stand.