Dude, you amaze me.
Haha no. Quite off base you are!
For you sir, it's as easy as driving down Maple road, driving East, and right before Dequindre, there's a Polish Market store there. They sell everything you could ever imagine that would come from a country like Poland. Go figure! But my bet is, you have never walked into such a store in your entire existence in Michigan, right?
FroBozz_Inc wrote:When you were in Cozumel, didja have any pop in the bottle (using cane sugar liek the good 'ole days?) That was my experiences in Cabo. Brought back memories of my childhood drinking Coke outta the bottle.
. But, nowadays, even that sodapop can be acquired in the city of Ann Arbor.
What I would love to try one day, are some of these Trinidad flavours:
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Peardrax (Whiteways) Originally English refreshing soda made from English Desert pears.
Cydrax (Whiteways) made from English Cyder apples.
Sorrell is one of my favorite Trini delights; a Caribbean Christmas drink made from red sorrel leaves adding a touch or more of the caribbean ginger to enhance the flavour depending upon the Island tastes. Even a dash of Caribbean rum will help enhance Christmas lunch/Dinner???
Mauby is another delicious Trini concoction made to order for parched dry throats. it is a delicious tropical drink made from bark of Trees with a touch of anaseed to bring out the nature flavour.