You can either read 500 something reviews or this next sentence to catch up. I like lime soda. So when I was presented the funds (from you) to buy my own sodas of course I picked a lime flavored one. Route 66 Lime Soda to be exact. The bottle even says “Chosen by Soda jerks Every Time”. If that’s not some sort of sign I don’t know what is. The ingredient list is mostly chemical, but this is sweetened with “real” cane sugar so it has that going for it. Above the ingredients is what I assume to be a “stopping point” on Route 66. Today’s stopping point is the Chain of Rocks Bridge. It’s over 5353 feet long and was constructed in 1929. I’d tell you more about it, but I don’t want to spoil the ending. What I do want to do is taste this anti-freeze green soda.
Route 66 Lime Soda smells of lime candy with a hint of cleaning product. Preferably it will taste like lime candy and the cleaning product aroma will just add a needed kick to the mouth feel. Bottoms up!
There’s more of a bitter taste to this soda than I anticipated. Needless to say it cuts down on the potential to be candy sweet, but in doing so keeps the flavor more in the natural realm. With that said, this is definitely not lime juice soda. The sugar just takes a moment to get up and running before it can chase the mild bitterness away. A bit of a syrupy texture is left on my teeth as I continue to consume this soda. It’s not all that bothersome, but I’d rather do without it. All in all I’m finding Route 66 Lime Soda to be rather average. It tastes alright, but even as a lime lover I’d rather an average [insert fruit here] soda over this one.
Caught somewhere between trying to be candy and trying to taste like lime, Route 66 Lime Soda just ends up being forgettably good. If you just want a lime soda and you see this, then grab a bottle. If you want a fruit flavored soda then just go for what looks best in your cup holder.
Verdict – Buy a Bottle
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