To find the best ginger ale.
Evervess Ginger Ale.
$0.75 from Cold Storage.
I guess this is by far the cheapest I could find, and what you pay is what you get.
It is loaded with sugar, and there isn’t the slightest hint of ginger.
If I poured it into a glass and served it to you, you would have probably thought that it is 7-Up.
Muji Ginger Ale.
Can’t remember the exact price, but it was around $2.70.
No pictures either, but you will recognize it when you see it.
The ginger taste is over-powering! It even leaves behind a strong aftertaste, which doesn’t stay pleasantly in your mouth (unlike Coke Light.)
It is not to my liking, but if anyone likes the overwhelming taste of ginger, this is definitely the one.
Moreover, priced at more than $2, I wouldn’t buy it even if I was really thirsty.
I think the only drink that is worth grabbing from the Muji refrigerator shelf is their milk tea.
Lastly, my favourite,
Schweppes Ginger Ale,
$0.90 from Cold Storage.
(The one in the middle, obviously.)
I can’t find a better tasting ginger ale yet.
Reasonably priced, the taste is well-balanced; not too sweet with the lingering taste of ginger.
And this is the one they serve on board airlines too.
When you are on board a long flight and craving for some happy juice, I swear nothing feels better than having chilled ginger ale in your mouth.
Meanwhile, I shall try more of other brands when I actually see them.