Low Calorie Root Beer
Last Updated: 2/22/2008 1:29 PM
Since zero calorie root beers have never tasted good, Thomas Kemper has decided to go with a low-calorie entry. Does it stay true to their original full calorie version? Well, it's not a perfect replica of the original, but it does manage to maintain a level of creaminess that isn't found in zero calorie root beers. On the other hand, there's a noticeable sweetener aftertaste, which is the result of the use of Splenda and ace-k. Still, for 20 calories we think it's a fair tradeoff. Packaging keeps the Thomas Kemper branding alive and well, and they've managed to cleanly add the "low calorie" and "20 calories" text without hurting the aesthetics of the product. Overall, it's certainly not as good as the real thing, but it's definitely ahead of any diet root beer offering on the market today.
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