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Thread: Key Limes

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    Has anybody gotten all soda-like with this perrenial pie favorite?

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    I believe Stewarts had a Key Lime. It was OK.

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    I think a key lime / meyer lemon upscale Sprite thing could be dope.

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    Wet Planet's web site says they have a Key Lime Pirate's Keg soda, but the Pirate's Keg web site doesn't list it. I wonder what's going on there.

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    I'm not sure Chemosabie!

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    We have the Stewarts Key Lime soda. Great color. Too bad that it doesn't really taste like my favorite pie.

    Meyer Lemon, huh? As much as I love things Meyer Lemon-y, I'm worried that this soda might get beat up by the other sodas for being too Californian. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    Soda? Yum!

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    I'll take my Meyer Lemons in Charbay Vodka instead.
    Soda? Yum!

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    If I ever can afford a house, I'm going to plant a meyer lemon tree, a kaffir lime tree, and an uglifruit grove.

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    Root 66 made a Key Lime soda, but just discontinued it.

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    We sell a ton of Pirate's Keg Key Lime! I think it's better than Stewart's and it's cool to get a Key Lime made by a smaller company. And anyway, who historically sailed the Florida Keys most often in the past? Pirates or people named "Stewart"????
    Keep in mind that the King Of Pop\'s crown is not made from a bunch of melted aluminum cans!

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