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Monday, June 9, 2008
Concoction: The Italian Soda

Prior to Master Joh's birthday, I have never heard of Italian soda. Have you? Pardon my ignorance if the whole world has known of this really cool drink. Now I actually feel like I belong somewhere among the elite. ;) Hah! This coming from somebody currently obsessed with Cali Ice and Tortillas. Eh.. I have no idea why.

Anyway, I have been going about thinking about that special drink for sometime now - considering that it is almost a month since I tasted it, and I have yet to ask Master Joh how they made that, or if it came from a bottle - but I don't think so, really. So I went about my usual gallivanting in cyberspace and thought to finally look up the recipe - if any - on how to make Italian soda.

Here is what I got. I just compiled it since most recipes direct you to do the same thing:


  • 4 tbsp. syrup
  • 3/4 c. milk (some recipes do not include this)
  • Carbonated water
  • Crushed ice

Mix the syrup and milk in a tall glass. Add carbonated water and ice until the glass is full. (Don't try mixing the ingredients in any other order or the milk will curdle.)


Here is a video on how to make the Italian soda. The first part, before the lady pours in the cream is the Italian soda. After she pours the cream and the whipped cream, it becomes the Italian creamosa. :) More stuff learned today!

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posted by Ann @ 8:14 PM  
  • At June 10, 2008 at 9:37 PM, Blogger Master Dyo said…

    Hahaha it's so simple, anyone could make it! the secret, however, lies in the syrup. ;)

  • At June 13, 2008 at 8:19 AM, Blogger Ann said…

    oh yeah? can you please teach us?

  • At June 13, 2008 at 9:43 PM, Blogger Master Dyo said…

    It's just the syrup... 7up (sorry, I'm a Pepsi fan) could take the place of the carbonated water. Any syrup would do.. we used raspberry for the red drink and of pomegranate for the blue. I prefer the blue though. ;)

  • At July 9, 2012 at 1:30 PM, Blogger Amaranth said…

    Grenadine works as the syrup, or you can make your own for a really yummy soda. It is just one part juice to one part sugar, and heat until the sugar completely dissolves. I'm doing on a sour cherry creme soda, from cherries I picked this morning. Also, you can juice most fruit in a blender, then station out the pulp. This works for cherries, peaches, raspberries, blackberries, nectarines, and anything that is especially juicy and soft fleshed.

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