I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Do you know why I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches? I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches because I breathe oxygen and I feel the two things are both irrepressible reflexes. Now I can honestly say that I’ve never searched out a liquid version of this delectable treat, but fortunately for everyone involved with this site I have one in front of me. Lester’s Fixins Peanut Butter & Jelly Soda is what’s on the menu today and if it’s as accurate as their other beverages then I should be in for an interesting experience. What’s making me want this more and more is the picture of a sloppy PB&J on the label. It looks so very gooey… I wonder if they put butter on the bread as well. By the way if you haven’t had a PBB&J you’re missing out big time. Ok I don’t want to type anymore, I want to drink now. Onward!
Well after smelling it I’m a little doubtful as it hints of cardboard. Now maybe this cardboard aroma is actually that of bread, I mean they do have to have a bread flavor in there as well… right? With a couple more whiffs I can’t say that I’d guess this was a PB&J soda if all I had to go by was scent. Shall I pour us a drink then?
Not a bulls-eye in the flavor department, but at least the dart hit the target. A surprisingly fizzy carbonation gives way to the initial bread flavoring which does taste a bit like cardboard, but not so much that I’d stop drinking it. After the “bread” flavoring steps back into the shadows it’s time for the actual peanut butter and jelly flavor to show up. Oddly enough the peanut butter is more prevalent than the jelly. I figured the jelly would be the easier flavor to replicate, but it is hardly noticeable. The lack of “jelly” seems to reduce the sweetness I expected to find as well. I think if the “jelly” flavor was more powerful they might have a better tasting drink on their hands. Don’t get me wrong this is still a drinkable beverage; I’m just not going to stock up on it. At the end of my sip the “bread” stepped back up on stage and I was given an opportunity to “enjoy” all three flavors at once.
Let me answer the obvious question of “Does it taste like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?”. Yes it does, but this sandwich was made in 1000 years in the future by cold heartless robots and turned into a powder for easy storage. You open your pack of PB&J powder and place it on your government issued plate. Then you take a quarter cup of distilled water and pour it onto said powder. The powder starts to change its consistency and looks like someone blended your soulless manufactured PB&J and dumped it on your government issued plate. Begrudgingly you take your government issued spoon and dig in. That’s how close to an actual PB&J this tastes. Much like Aunt Viv from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air the character was there for all 6 seasons, but there was something “different” about seasons 4-6.
Verdict – Buy a Bottle
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