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Cream Soda

(Or Ice-Cream Soda)

Carbonated water with sweeteners and a vanilla flavouring reminiscent of ice-cream.

Although most countries have a 'cream soda' of some sort, the English variety is relatively unusual in being colourless and free from the cream or ice-cream of the original North American versions and of any flavouring other than vanilla.

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Monday 12 July 1869


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