J.J. McLaughlin, who produced and sold soda water in Canada, had become captivated by the champagne he bought when in France. After many years of research, in 1904 he succeeded in developing ginger ale (champagne without the alcohol). As if to express his confidence, McLaughlin renamed the drink he had previously called "champagne of ginger ale" after his own country, calling it "Canada Dry."
Its dry taste and subdued sweetness is enjoyable both straight and as a mixer, evoking an elegant and refined world.

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Ingredients, nutritional properties, other

Ingredients:Carbonic acid, sodium citrate

Product type:Carbonated beverage product Calories:0kcal/100ml

Product name Canada Dry THE TANSAN STRONG
Allergens None
Nutrition facts
Per 100ml
Calories 0kcal
Protein 0g
Fat 0g
Carbohydrates 0g
- Sugar 0g
Table salt equivalent 0g
Caffeine 0mg