Route 66 Lime Soda

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Route 66 Lime Soda

Route 66 Lime Soda

Homer Soda Company

Route 66 Lime  Soda in the glass-bottle!

Available for wholesale distribution and private events (weddings, office parties, BBQ, the list is endless!)

Email sales@homersoda.com for current prices.

 

Route 66 Lime Soda is a refreshingly clean and mild gourmet lime soda!

It has a light, crisp flavor that’s free of a heavy syrup or candy taste like so many lime soda products out there. Made with the highest standards and quality ingredients, including pure cane sugar, this lime soda evokes the spirit of America’s most famous roadway and the tastes from the soda fountains and diners that made Route 66 a quintessential automotive traveling experience – in fact, its lightness lends itself perfectly to pairing with foods.

The bottle itself includes information about the Chain of Rocks Bridge between St. Louis and Illinois, in keeping with Route 66 Soda’s award-winning packaging, which pays tribute to historical landmarks along the 2,448 mile stretch of road from the Midwest to the West Coast that was Route 66.

Though Route 66 itself has long since been decommissioned, an estimated 500,000 tourists visit parts of it each year, thirsty for a taste of iconic American history. If you’ve always dreamt of getting your kicks on Route 66, Route 66 Lime Soda saves you the trip – it’s Route-licious!

 

Route 66 HWY

The original highway, established November 11, 1926 lead travelers from Chicago through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, ending in Santa Monica, some 2,448 miles. US Route 66 was officially decommissioned from the United States Highway System on June 27, 1985, however, portions have been designated a National Scenic Byway of the name ‘Historic Route 66’ and has begun to return to maps in this form.