Christmas Dinner ~1928

Canada Dry

Christmas Dinner

So now is come our joyful’st feast!
Let every man be jolly;
Each room with ivy
leaves is drest,
and every post with holly.

 

Canada Dry 1928

If Canada Dry still came in a champagne bottle, I’m sure it would do well over the holidays. The kids get sparkling cider, but I’m guessing they’d prefer ginger ale.

Like an aristocrat, it makes its quality quietly felt.

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  1. Have to admit, not really a fan of Canada Dry.

    Seems like Seagram’s Ginger Ale is usually at the top of the list as I find it difficult to locate in local grocery stores. With Seagram’s there is a more *ginger* taste than Canada Dry (for me) and we keep it stashed on hand in the closet as if we reside in the prohibition area. 😉

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