Lately we have come to believe soda is good for the body depending on how it is consumed and the ingredients (nutrition facts) use for producing such mixture. Orange sodas are usually health for our brains and gives a libido sensation to rejuvenate our memories when combine with water.
A combination of plain sodas such as seven-up, Schweppes ginger ales, Canada dry and tonic are perfect to mix up with colored sodas, adding 1/4 amount of water of the total mixture. Fruit drinks may be added into the mixture to produce a delicious quash combination. Its’ lite and good for entertaining any group during or after hours on working days as well as weekends.
Others may debate if cans are preferable than bottled products which may all depend on what exactly are the attributes to the discussions before identifying why it may not be necessary to consume products from either group of packaging. Others may prefer plastic containers as compared to both cans nor bottles.
It is crucial for the beverage companies to identify if any sediments from these packages may be in some of their products within a certain number of period if not consumed. Although such doubt has been eliminated by improving on packaging, it’s always nice to keep track of such maladies. In such circumstances, research and development may be initiatives to get back to the drawing board to determine and resolve such issues.
It could occur that these underlining issues are due to compression and/or expansion index used during the formation of these packages or the swirl effects generated on such liquids before sealed. So far they have not been any major maladies due to sodas nor combination of sodas to produce quashes.
Try adding water and find out from yourself what is preferable.