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Sarsaparilla is a soft drink, originally made from the Smilax ornata plant, but now sometimes made with artificial flavours. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Availability; 3 See also; 4 References. History[edit]. Two historical Sioux City sarsaparilla bottles, as used in retail sale for decades by Sioux City brand from United States,  ...


Root beer is a carbonated soft drink which was originally made using the root of the sassafras plant. Safrole, the oily liquid extracted from the root-bark of sassafras plants has been banned by the FDA as a likely carcinogen and is no longer used in U.S. based root beer. In addition to sassafras, other root beer flavorings ...


Aug 24, 2016 ... It has been described as a similar taste to root beer or birch beer. The drink is still popular in certain Southeast Asian countries, but is no longer common in the United States. Though it can be found online and in specialty stores, today's sarsaparilla drinks don't actually contain any sarsaparilla or sassafras.


Handcrafted soda made with Fair Trade Certified organic evaporated cane juice. A lighter bodied brother to our super popular Root Beer. The flavor.


Amazon.com : Sioux City Sarsaparilla 12 Pack : Soda Soft Drinks : Grocery & Gourmet Food.

Jan 22, 2016 ... Sarsaparilla, birch beer and ginger ale oh my! part i . The fast pitch . , . . . . What's the difference between root beer, sarsaparilla, and birch rootbeerr...


Imagine this: sarsaparilla & licorice roots, vanilla beans and molasses. An explosive yet delicious blend - that's the Bundaberg Sarsaparilla drink for you!


Both sarsaparilla and root beer are highly enjoyed beverages all over the world. But, while both the drinks are derived from the same root, there does exist a difference between the two. However, they also share some similarities. The first being that the two beverages taste vaguely the same, and the second similarity is that ...


Sarsaparilla, love it, best drink ever. Who could possibly ever resist it. However, it is a highly expensive beverage, but this recipe is much cheaper. Enjoy.