Raspberry

Raspberry Soda, the all time best seller, has a bright, clear flavor, shouting in all glory of peak Oregon summer! A favorite with kids, it is rich and light at the same time—the radiance of the color matched by the explosion of flavor.

The raspberries for our soda are grown on the foothills of Mt Hood at Sandy Farms in Boring, OR. Berries are picked at peak ripeness and minimally handled before getting into the bottles and off to you.

Mixes beautifully with ice creamchocolateother juicestea and, of course, vodka. Very nice served with lemon or sweet lime garnish.

6 Responses to “Raspberry”

  • I used to think apple was my favorite. I think because it was a more familiar soda taste that I could wrap my brain around. But it quickly swung over to the raspberry. The thick fruity flavor of the raspberry is unbeatable.

    Posted by berpdx on November 19, 2008 5:20 pm

  • I can’t help it, I love the raspberry. It is like a mouthful of fresh raspberries. I am not even a pop drinker. I had it with my girlfriends this summer with vodka. It was a wild hit with every one of the Queens!

    Posted by Janet on January 5, 2009 3:02 pm

  • I’ve tried all the Hot Lips sodas–every one of them–and this is indisputably my favorite. The sweet-tart flavour, the heady perfume, and the luscious, invigorating mouthfeel are the reasons why I love this soda and pine for Portland. BC needs a Hot Lips Pizza!

    Posted by bcbum on July 16, 2009 8:30 pm

  • OMG! The best raspberry soda in the world! If I could afford it I would have a fridge especially for this soda and it would be full at all times. Thanks for a great product! (I’d like to see the price a little lower but what the heck!)

    Posted by Michelle on March 3, 2010 12:58 pm

  • I don’t know where I got a bottle of your raspberry soda; probably from my son who knows my penchant for “seasonal & local”. It was in the fridge for awhile because I drink two sodas a year. I expected natural, but not delightfully fruity and not too sweet. I think I’ll drink the whole bottle. Thanks for a great local, natural soft drink. I’ll write about it in my blog. http://portlandhomecooking.com/seasonalhomegourmet/

    Posted by Judith Yamada on May 23, 2010 4:59 pm

  • I am NOT a soda pop drinker so am always on the look out for a fruity drink when out and about. What a delight to stumble upon your soda today. I am hooked. (BTW I am 50 today)

    Posted by Marla on September 23, 2010 7:26 pm