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Moxie.

It's the oldest soda in continuous production in the USA.

You really ought to try it.

The flavor has been described as a mix between root beer and cough syrup.

I prefer to call it a bottle of delicious plague :D

I'm not sure if you can get it nationwide anymore, but it's just about everywhere in New England.

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I just cked it out on Amazon. They even have jelly. That oughta be interesting!

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used to be more better (& bitter).

remember John Wayne : "too bad he couldn't do it; just didn't have the Moxie"

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Moxie.

It's the oldest soda in continuous production in the USA.

You really ought to try it.

The flavor has been described as a mix between root beer and cough syrup.

I prefer to call it a bottle of delicious plague :D

I'm not sure if you can get it nationwide anymore, but it's just about everywhere in New England.

Amazing. You know what Moxie is but you never heard of Brockway Trucks? :huh:

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I've heard if it. But never seen it. Where is it sold?

Oh, and I've know of Brockway trucks too.

Scott

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Hey, Miles- Hate to burst your bubble, but Moxie is not the oldest. Moxie came along in 1876, ten years after Vernor's Ginger Ale.

Al

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Hey, Miles- Hate to burst your bubble, but Moxie is not the oldest. Moxie came along in 1876, ten years after Vernor's Ginger Ale.

Al

Well I meant most widely distributed soda. I know WalMart carries Moxie, but I haven't seen or even heard of Vernor's before,

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