Power Rankings: Soda Pop

Coke IS IT!! Is there anything better on earth than Coke, well, besides sweet tea, but that’s not a soft drink. Coke has been my favorite for as long as I can remember. PERIOD!
Dr Pepper
Dr. Pepper I’m not a big fan of, but my kids and wife love the stuff, so I guess it’s enjoyed by 75 percent of American family households.
Sprite I associate with being sick as I child. I got sick a lot, and the only thing I was allowed to drink during those times was Sprite. So it may be good, but I only have bad memories of this clear and bubbly fluid.
Known by its red, white, and blue yin-yang looking logo, it was the very first soda I ever had.
A&W Root Beer
Started in 1919 by Roy Allen, he partnered with Frank Wright, creating the name of the brand A&W. They were sold at 5 cents.
Mountain Dew
Love the Kickstart commercials with Russell Westbrook. I try not to drink Mountain Dew too much, though. It gets me wired all night long.
7 Up
When it comes to marketing, 7 Up gets two thumbs up. Their mascot, Spot, the sunglasses-wearing red dot, is the most memorable soft drink talisman ever, while their “Make 7 Up Yours” t-shirts and ad campaign caused Orlando Jones to forever be known as the 7 Up Guy.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale
I always drink Canada Dry to settle my stomach. There is just something soothing about ginger in the tummy. Have you ever noticed just how good Ginger Ale is? It’s addicting.
RC Cola
While it may not be as universally renowned as Coke or Pepsi, no other soda pop can be coupled with a Moon Pie and be considered the “working man’s lunch.”
A&W Cream Soda
A&W Cream Soda makes me think of my grandma; the women has lived off of them since I can remember. She still sends me after one when I go by to visit.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.


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