Carbonated Equivalent of Fine Wine

By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: • References: drysoda & luxist
DRY Soda bills itself as 'the first culinary soda'. The all-natural beverages are lightly sweetened for those wanting 'a sophisticated non-alcoholic option to accompany a great meal or simply a night out with friends'.

Currently, there are four different flavors available:
Kumquat - clean citrusy flavor with a high acidity. Versatile and pairs well with salmon, white fish, risotto, duck, sweet leafy greens and oysters.
Lavender - lively with a lavender flavor and low acidity. Pairs well with cheeses, pork, desserts and chocolate.
Rhubarb - fruity and tart with a high acidity and tartness. Bold, bright flavor pairs well with veal, cassoulet, red meats (including hamburgers) and winter vegetables.
Lemongrass - bright, floral and grassy, with a medium acidity. Pairs well with Asian-inspired foods, spicy dishes, sushi, goat cheese and asparagus. Stats for Dry Soda Trending: Older & Mild
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