Boston Tower Root Beer Returns

Boston Tower Root Beer was originally bottled and distributed by Prospect Hill Bottling and Water Co. It was established in Somerville, MA., in 1914.

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Here are a few reviews. The highest of these reviews gives the root beer a 6/10 score. In my book a 6 is a D grade. I’m not sure how a D root beer has a pleasant taste, but it could be like Swamp Pop Root Beer. It is a great cola soda. But it is supposed to be a root beer.

Londell’s Root Beer Reviews

“I would compare it to a very sweet flat and soda.”

Cosmo’s Root Beer Reviews

“… has good carbonation and a pleasant taste, and therefore is easily deserving of a 6.”

Sodapop Reviews

“It has some kind of weird copper, or iron, or some kind of metallic after taste.”

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The best description for me of Boston Tower Root Beer is “toothpaste.”

I have a great appreciate for someone who decides to bring back a family root beer.

Larry Cusalito brought back his family recipe after a 30 year absence. That is great!

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From the 60’s through the late 90’s root beers often tasted like toothpaste. Root Beers had a lot of wintergreen. Soda makers use other ingredients often today to avoid the toothpaste taste. If you like toothpaste soda, this is a great soda.

Drink Up!

 

 

 


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