DRY Sparkling: Lemongrass (2010)

by DRY Soda Company

Product Type

Carbonated Soft Drink: Regular


12 oz Glass

Nutritional Info

calories 50, total fat 0g, sugars 14g


pure cane sugar, purified carbonated water, natural extract flavoring, phosphoric acid

Bevnet Rating
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Review: Lemongrass (2010)

Posted: Oct 11, 2010 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Oct 15, 2010 at 9:45 AM)
Since our first look at this product a few years back, we have a different outlook on this product. Some of this definitely has to do with the improvements that Dry has made to this product, but it also has to do with our opinion of less sweet CSDs changing quite a bit. In the case of Dry's Lemongrass flavor, we think that this is a great example of what the future of CSDs might hold. Specifically, it's light, natural, and delivers a splash of flavor. And not just any old citrus flavor, but lemongrass, which, especially in a lightly sweetened product, has a lot more depth and complexity than a traditional lemon lime flavor would. We'd say the same for the outside, with clear liquid and a clear bottle giving the product a very minimalist look. Their one color label catches the eye quickly, with few words needed to describe what this product is. They've also added a calorie callout on the neck, which seems like a smart marketing move on their part. Overall, Lemongrass is a solid entry that's now one of our favorite flavors of the Dry Soda line.