Ginger-ale is an old Canadian favorite. A Toronto-thing from a century ago. Canada Dry Ginger-Ale - yummy and not Canadian actually. Can you say
Plano Texas based Dr Pepper/Seven Up Inc own 'er lock, stock and barrel, I remember having aromatic wooden Canada Dry Ginger barrels cut into
planters for our first house way back... Canada Dry History.
ahh! yes, that makes sense! i remember seeing those Canada dry commerials with the penguins! and speaking of which...
are there really penguins in Canada? sorry to sound so ignorant, but the only place that i'm sure penguins inhabit is the south pole...
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