Historian Reveals Discontinued Sodas That People Want Back
Rhetty for History took a look back at the many soft drinks that have been discontinued over the past 60 years and it’s filling people with nostalgia.
Rhetty For History is a list maker who is here to blow your mind by letting you know more about a topic that you may not have taken all that much time to consider before.
They took a look back at the many soft drinks that have been discontinued over the past 60 years. Some of the sodas that you are about to learn about are not that well known, others are household names.
That’s the joy of this video for us. We had a lot of fun figuring out which sodas we were already aware of and which ones we were not. The list is jam-packed with all sorts of names.
Of course, you know that Tab had to be on there. This is a soda that we wish we had been old enough to consume during its initial run but alas, we missed out.
I Like Worms was in the mix, too. That’s another one that we wish we had been present for because the name alone is enough to make you want to take several sips. Rondo is in the house as well, although we are sure many of our readers are probably a bit too young to remember that one either. That’s why this video is an absolute must-see.
Crystal Pepsi was our favorite part of the video but we were also partial to the Patio Cola bit. We had no idea that there were so many sodas that have been taken off the market. We are naive in this way because once a soda is out, we assume that it is going to be out forever. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
“The soda business can be ruthless at times. Throughout the years, hundreds upon hundreds of different soft drinks have been released to a thirsty market. Many of these old soda products only remain as just a lingering aftertaste in our memories,” the video description reads.
These are some very true words. It says something about how memorable some of these sodas are that we were not even there for them but we still can remember them by name. Check out the video below to see for yourself: