HOTLIPS Black Raspberry Soda - 12 pack
Much more intense flavor than the red raspberry, and not for the faint of heart! The color, flavor and aroma of this soda is deep and richat once sharp but not lingering. Kids love this variety as do lovers of luscious, sweet treats. Devastatingly sinister-looking, the black raspberry is firm, plump and deliciously sweet. The Munger varietal, introduced in 1897, is the top choice for the Pacific Northwest, grown commercially and in the home garden. Oregon grows the vast majority of black raspberries in the U.S.
HOTLIPS Black Raspberry Soda
- All Natural, Lightly carbonated, Hand-crafted
- Real fruit soda with real berry pulp
- Brewed within reach of the berry fields in the Willamette Valley, Oregon
- Contains: Black raspberries, cane sugar, organic lemon juice and water. Nothing else.
- Pairs nicely with a strong, firm cows milk cheese like gruyere or mountainous tome
- 12 ounce brown glass heritage bottle
About HOT LIPS Sodas
Founded in 1984, HOTLIPS is a family-owned business with five pizzerias in Portland and in the business of bottling real fruit soda since 2005. Chef-driven and overseen, HOTLIPS sodas contain lots of real fruitno shortcuts, supplements, artificial flavors, colors or trickery. And no corn syrup. Brewed throughout the year in Portland, even the bottles are made from 80% locally manufactured recycled glass. Early summer declares itself with cherry and raspberry. Late summer brings marionberry and the haunted-looking beauty the black raspberry. The nights cool and apples and pears ripen. Flavor nuance in HOTLIPS Soda varies from batch to batch depending on the varietal, the heat of the day and cool of the night. Creating connoisseurs young and old as they compare batches, seasons and years, equalizing food snobs and kids.
To make the best soda ever from real fruit grown on family farms in the Pacific Northwest. To preserve culture and celebrate humanity through rich culinary traditions and by joining with others in finding new, sustainable ways of doing business.