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You make an effective troll. Ginger beer or ale or whatever as found in North America has little flavor other than sugar. On a first experience with Tangawizi some folks can feel it in their nose from the inside out. It has a strong flavor and is very good.

Good of you to inform him, three years later , but you are wrong

The carbonated soft drink (soda pop) called ginger ale has more flavor than mere sugar and soda, including ginger and lime, but yes, it is mild and sweet compared to ginger beer.

Ginger beer however, has less carbonation and sugar, and more ginger flavor, but naturally the strength varies between manufacturers and brands.

Even in Africa , from the same manufacturer, Stoney Tangawizi , some versions are milder and sweeter than others

I like to use the strong version of Stoney Tangawizi , the kind sold in East Africa, to shower. I prefer it to soap, and I especially like to wash my testicles with it.

In reply to Re^5: STONEY TANGAWIZI by Anonymous Monk
in thread My favorite {soda|pop} is... by vroom

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