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Dittmeyer's Valensina Saft-Limonade Zitrone

Dittmeyer's Valensina Saft-Limonade Zitrone

At some point in your life you may find yourself on a ferry returning to England from France. It’s a pleasant experience, even on the dreariest of days. Actually shouldn’t life at sea be dreary anyways? That’s how I always imagine it in books. If you ever find yourself in the situation I would recommend that you do the same thing I did, listen to The Cure and Joy Division on your headphones and just space out looking at the sea. I don’t care if it’s overly melodramatic; it was flat out enjoyable. In the moments when you come out of it why not enjoy a nice German soda? I myself chose a can of this Valensina.

Now, I can’t read a word on this can, but I can read the language of flavor, and the book I’m reading it a real page-turner. This is a lemon-orange beverage that is somewhere between a soda pop and a sparkling water (although I do consider anything carbonated with added sugar to be a soda). Each of the two fruits are equally present in a battle for flavor supremacy. To tell you the truth I don’t want either of them to win, because their struggle is so darn tasty. It’s slightly tart and very flavorful. I don’t know why we don’t get this flavor combo back home, but I really wish we did.

Oh, and when you’re ferry is approaching the dock, take advantage of the numerous gigantic seagulls that are hovering around. You can totally get them to eat out of your hand, if you are a turd who gets excited about things like that like I am. One of my traveling companions just wanted to feed them and then punch them as they grabbed the cracker. Now I’m against animal cruelty, but the visual of that in my head is over the top hilarious, and I hope the same visions are now in your mind grapes.

Soda Pop
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on May 14th, 2014
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