Ale-8-One, known colloquially as Ale-8, pronounced as A Late One, is a regional ginger- and citrus-flavored soft drink, distributed primarily to brick and mortar retailers in Kentucky. Ale-8 could be described as a ginger pop with a "kick". It is a ginger and citrus blend, containing less carbonation, and fewer calories than conventional soda.
In tea form, you must drink three to four cups of tea to receive the proper amount. Avoid using boiling water for green tea to avoid destroying the very compounds for which you are taking it. Safe daily dosage for green tea is 100 milligrams, while ginger is 100 to 200 milligrams up to three times a day, WholeHealthMD.com reports. Side Effects. Both green tea and ginger are relatively safe, with few side effects.
23. Polar Pomegranate Ginger Ale City: Worcester, Mass. Ginger Flavor: Very low The Verdict: One judge said, “smells like cough syrup, tastes like a melted Jolly Rancher.” Another said, “Cherry 7-Up.” It reminded me more of Strawberry Jello before it sets. We could all agree that it was ginger ale in name only and not something we wanted to drink. 22.
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