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The Best Pop’D Sodas For Your Thanksgiving Feast

It’s that time of year. Halloween flew by and here comes Thanksgiving! This year will be a lot different thanks to our 2020 pandemic, but there are still ways you can stay fun and festive with your immediate household.

 So fear not! Pop’D sodas are here to save your holiday.

In case you didn’t know, our sodas go great with any food—especially Thanksgiving fare. We decided to showcase some of our sodas that will go well with your own Thanksgiving dinner. 

Lank Drank:

What makes our Lank Drank so special? Well first of all it tastes amazing. It’s made up of so many yummy ingredients like fresh oranges, lime, lemon, and rose! It’s the perfect refreshing beverage to pair with a heavier holiday dinner. For those who are familiar with Lancaster City, you'll notice our ingredients align with the Lancaster street names! (So cool). Serve this delicious fizzy drink with ice in a Collin’s glass. Add some whimsical paper straws for that extra holiday touch. 

Apple Cider Soda:

This one is no brainer. Our Apple Cider soda goes so well with the fall season and Thanksgiving that we couldn’t leave this spectacular drink out! The sweetness of the apples and the spiciness of the cinnamon make this another perfect beverage to accompany your holiday feast. Serve this drink cold with a twist of orange to bring out that crisp apple flavor.

Who Luv’s Orange Soda:

Think oranges and cranberries. Or cranberry orange. However you put it, this citrusy soda is a fabulous accompaniment to your Thanksgiving spread. Serve this drink chilled with ice, or add in a splash of cranberry juice to really bring home the Thanksgiving vibes. 

Any of our sodas will go great with your holiday dinner! They're also the perfect pick me up any time during the day or season.  Head on over to our website and peruse our many delicious varieties and choose the one you think will pair well with your own personal holiday cooking style! 

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