We rush back to the mountains to review Grand Teton Brewing Company Cream Soda today. We’ve already reviewed, and enjoyed, their Mountain Berry Soda and root beer so hopefully the cream soda will stand equally as tall as its brothers. As I’m writing this review I’m realizing that I have very little opinion when it comes to cream soda. Cream soda is something I enjoy as it reminds me of my childhood for some reason, but I’m just not very passionate about it. Maybe I just haven’t had a terrible enough cream soda to be disappointed to the point of passion. I’m a very opinionated person when it comes to very trivial things like Pizza Hut commercials, the pronunciation of particular tree nuts, and the state of Texas A&M football… therefore it’s not like me to just let cream soda slide. I’ve probably bored most of you out there so I’m going to drop this and continue on with the review of Grand Teton Cream Soda. DRINK ON… but seriously when’s the last time Pizza Hut had a good commercial?
That is a sugar filled scent attaching itself to the inner workings of my nose. The scent itself is smooth, buttery, and very enticing. Maybe, just maybe, today will be the day I become passionate about the taste of my cream sodas. If today is indeed that day please believe me when I tell you that the first paragraph was not a “lead in” for the rest of this review that I wrote after consuming this beverage. All of my reviews are consumed in the same order the reviews are written, from staring at the label, to opening, to consumption. I’m over explaining a lot today, hopefully I just need a good cream soda to shut me up.
This, my friends, is a good cream soda. It doesn’t invoke passion in me, but that bridge may never be crossed. That said, Grand Teton Cream Soda is a solid entry into the cream soda market. The aroma inhaled earlier is an honest representation of the taste I’m experiencing now. It has a very smooth, creamy mouth feel that any cream soda enthusiast would enjoy. The carbonation adds a fleeting bite to the back of my throat upon each gulp which is something I’m not quite used to in a cream soda, but it’s only worth noting not complaint. One small thing irks me though, the finish. Completing each sip I’m left with an aftertaste that starts off just fine but ends on an artificial note. It’d be like having a delicious sundae in front of you, but instead of a cherry on top you have a cherry made of wax. Sure you can take it off, but you aren’t going to be as happy as you would be with an actual cherry. With that said, Grand Teton Cream Soda is good enough to purchase multiples and my rating will say the same.
Verdict- Buy a Pack!
(This beverage was supplied to us by Grand Teton Brewing Company)
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