Is There Real Ginger in Ginger Ale?


Most popular ginger ales do not have real ginger in them, only flavorings. Real ginger is a treatment for stomach ailments.
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Ginger ale is a carbonated soft drink that is Ginger flavored. Ginger ale is a great soda because it is very versatile and can be mixed with many things. People also use it to settle
Canada Dry has real ginger and the best tasting.
Grab a can of coca cola, a can of sprite, a glass and your ice. For the soda you can also use the bottle or fountain version, its just not as fresh, tasty, and crisp. Place ice in
Vernors Ginger Ale, one of the oldest on the market, is the only one still made with real ginger. Ask!
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There is real ginger as an ingredient in some ginger ales on the market, including Seagram's and Canada Dry. Other brands may contain artificial flavoring that simply mimics the taste of ginger. When in doubt, reading the label on the bottle and can will show whether or not ginger is an ingredient in the drink. Ginger ale has been used for many years as a way to help with stomach problems, including nausea, to help ease some of the pain and discomfort.
Yes, ginger ale is made with ginger root. Ginger ale is typically made with ginger, sugar, and carbonated water. Some commercially-produced ginger ale companies substitute high fructose corn syrup for sugar.
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