Blenheim Ginger Ale #9 DIET - 12oz Glass

  • Model: 040033010010
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  • Manufactured by: Blenheim
Blenheim’s legendary Hot Ginger Ale comes with a spicy kick that’ll send you into another dimension. One taste and you’ll know why this feisty soft drink has been dubbed the best ginger ale on earth. In fact, the folks at the New York Times call it “the pride of South Carolina.”

Once hard-to-find, this badass beverage has g..
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Blenheim’s legendary Hot Ginger Ale comes with a spicy kick that’ll send you into another dimension. One taste and you’ll know why this feisty soft drink has been dubbed the best ginger ale on earth. In fact, the folks at the New York Times call it “the pride of South Carolina.”

Once hard-to-find, this badass beverage has gained a cult following that extends far beyond the small town it was named after. Packed with intense flavor, tons of spice and over 100 years of southern tradition, it has also been voted the soda most likely to make your taste buds dance.

Features
Made with mineral spring water and rich, spicy, ground ginger root
Known as the best ginger ale on earth
Bottled in South Carolina with a reputation that spans the globe
Delicious ginger ale with an extra spicy kick
Sold Each - 1 12oz Bottle

Blenheim Ginger Ale Company
The earliest, smallest and many say finest, independent soda bottling company in the United States of America. Located on the grounds of the massive South of the Border Tourist Attraction in Hamer, South Carolina, the company retains the same small town, family-style production as when Good Ole' Blenheim Ginger Ale began being bottled in 1903.

Family Owned & Operated
Blenheim continues the long history of making ginger ale the old fashioned way. Their passion spans the generations from the drinks creators, Dr. C.R. May and A.J. Matheson, to the third generation of the current owners, the Schafer family. Blenheim Ginger Ale is a Southern tradition that dates back to the 1800's when Dr. C.R. May advised his patients with stomach ailments to drink the local mineral water flowing from a Blenheim, South Carolina natural spring. When these patients complained about the strong taste of the water, Dr. May added Jamaican Ginger to it to conceal the mineral taste.