Classic Soda Fountain Drinks

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Root Beer Float

his timeless treat combines creamy vanilla ice cream with bubbly root beer. The contrast of smooth ice cream and fizzy soda.
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Egg Cream

Despite its name, this drink contains neither eggs nor cream. It's made by mixing milk, seltzer water, and chocolate syrup.
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Phosphate

Originally a medicinal tonic, phosphates became popular fountain drinks in the early 20th century. They're made with flavored syrup, soda water, and acid phosphate.
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Sundae

The ice cream sundae became popular in the late 19th century, featuring ice cream topped with syrup, whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry.
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Lime Rickey

A lime rickey is a refreshing concoction of lime juice, club soda, and simple syrup, served over ice. It's tangy, fizzy, and perfect for a hot summer day.
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Cherry Coke

One of the most iconic soda fountain drinks, Cherry Coke blends Coca-Cola with cherry syrup, creating a sweet and fruity twist on the classic cola.
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Chocolate Malt

A malted milkshake made with chocolate syrup, malt powder, milk, and ice cream. It's thick, creamy, and has a distinctive malt flavor.
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Vanilla Coke

Coca-Cola with a splash of vanilla syrup, adding a creamy sweetness to the soda.
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Cream Soda

A sweet, carbonated beverage flavored with vanilla and often topped with whipped cream.
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Orange Creamsicle Float

Vanilla ice cream floating in orange soda, reminiscent of a classic creamsicle popsicle.