Sunday, September 09, 2012

N. B.

Moxie and vanilla ice cream? Delicious! Best if you add the ice cream to the soft drink -- and remember, it's still the stuff that prevents softening of the brain.

7 comments:

Ritchie said...

Root beer and milk, in roughly equal parts. No, yes, really. Of course, it's my Dad's fault.

Anonymous said...

Moxie? Moxie is a cruel joke by Maine on the rest of the country.

Tastes like carbonated driveway sealer.

Regards,
NMM1AFan

Dave H said...

Grape Nehi was my favorite float-making pop. The combination was called a Purple Cow in our corner of the Midwest.


Brigid said...

If you are over at the little farmer's market that is in the old gas station they have this Dandelion and Burdock soda that's amazing.

Roberta X said...

:) Yes. Yes they do -- Fentimans; I'm the person who put Ron onto that particular flavor.

--The rest of yez? If you have never tried Fentiman's Dandelion & Burdock, it tastes like...summertime. And no foolin'.

Windy Wilson said...

Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout and Vanilla Ice Cream.
No. Really.
I've tried all sorts of strange combinations, beer and lemon soda (Shandy), beer and lemonade (Radler, or Cyclist), beer and Coca-Cola (The Schwarzenegger), lemonade and Coca-Cola (Misch-masch), iced tea and lemonade (the ever popular Arnold Palmer), even beer and iced tea (not bad, but I don't know anyone who'd want his or her name associated with it). Sammy's and ice cream is good.

JohninMd(help?) said...

Beer and (fill in the blank)? I sense a pattern here.....know the difference 'tween a drunk and an alcoholic? Alcoholics go to meetings, durnks go to PARTIES.