Sadly I’ve been neglecting the Zuberfizz sodas in my fridge. Zuberfizz brand sodas have found to be very inconsistent in their quality. One minute I’m drinking a great Key Lime, and the next minute I open a different bottle of the same flavor and it’s a watery version of the soda I just fawned over. Today I am examining a bottle of Zuberfizz Creamy Root Beer! If it’s not one of the watery ones I bet it’ll be delicious! Times a waistin’!
It has a very nice root beer aroma, Captain Obvious… I know. It almost has the smell of A&W Root Beer Barrels, which I love. So far so good, let’s see if its flavor can match up to its smell.
No…no it can’t. This isn’t gross, this isn’t horrible, this doesn’t make me go into a Oedipal rage making me want to kill my father and marry my mother. I’m not even sure that last sentence made sense. Anywho, this is boring root beer. Guess what? This tastes watered down, and THIS is why I’m not fond of reviewing Zuberfizz sodas. I know for a fact they can be good, but for whatever reason I keep catching watered down batches of them. I like this company so much; I want them to succeed. The label art is great, the ingredients for the most part are great, heck even the name is cool. I’m not going to go into a rant today just because I don’t think the fine folks at Zuberfizz are deserving of one. Zuberfizz Creamy Root Beer is kind of creamy, but for the most part it’s just watery. If indeed all of their root beer tastes like this you’re better off drinking other brands. This, in short, is root beer for babies.
Verdict – Buy a Bottle
Twist's mouth is watering so much for this watery root beer that water is on the bottle... water.