Ok, so we've now done two higher end Root Beers back to back. My choice was Hansen's Creamy Root Beer. I picked it because in large print on the front of the can it says "NATURAL CANE SODA" as well as "With Real CANE SUGAR". So obviously they are very proud of their ingredients. Well since they're so proud of their ingredients let's take a look...
PURE TRIPLE FILTERED CARBONATED WATER, CANE SUGAR, CARAMEL COLOR, NATURAL SPICES OF WINTERGREEN, BIRCH, ANISE, SASSAFRAS, TAHITIAN VANILLA EXTRACT, CITRIC ACID.
Well then, that's quite the impressive list of ingredients. Let's give it a taste. It's got a sharp beginning (or a bite) much like Barq's Root Beer, if you're a fan of that. It doesn't foam up very much, which is a strike against it in my book. I prefer my Root Beer to have some sort of head to it. The ending taste is smooth, but not Virgil's smooth (nothing is Virgil's smooth as far as I've seen). The bottom line is this is a good root beer... but in my opinion not worth the high cost unless you're just looking for an all natural root beer that's cheaper than Virgil's.
Verdict: Buy a Bottle!
Purchased From: HEB
Cost: 6 pack will cost you around $4.50