Jarritos – Mexico’s First National Soft Drink

The nice people at Jarritos provided me with the opportunity to try out all 11 flavors of their Mexican-made soda. I enjoyed them all, but my favorites were Mango, Mandarin, Strawberry, and Lemon-Lime. Jarritos are available throughout the United States and are less carbonated than popular soft drinks made in the U.S. or Canada. Jarritos originated in 1950 and is a popular brand of soft drink in Mexico. The drink is naturally flavored and one of the few soft drinks in the U.S. containing actual sugar cane rather than the controversial high fructose corn syrup. The drink comes in an array of traditional Mexican flavors including: Tamarind, Mandarin, Fruit Punch, Jamaica, Lime, Toronja, Guava, Pineapple, Strawberry, Mango, and Lemon-Lime. I enjoy supporting Latino-made products. Give Jarritos a try today!


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1 Response to Jarritos – Mexico’s First National Soft Drink

  1. Maria Rosa says:

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