Q Kola, Spectacular

3.8 gas vol. BK, NY. Imagine your favorite drink even better. What should cola taste like? Original colas were complex and vibrant, with a balance of sweet, tang, spicy, and savory. But the balance in today's factory colas is all syrupy sweet, and hardly any spice. Which is to say, there really is no balance at all. So we started over. We spelled Kola with a K and agonized over a recipe that would delight and surprise. Think you know how a cola should taste? If you haven't tried Q Kola, you don't. Try it in a Cuba Libre - or all on its own. Agave. Nutmeg. Kola nut. Lemon. Vanilla. Lime. Cinnamon. Clove. Learn more at QDrinks.com. Imagine a better cola. Today's colas are two-dimensional and way too sweet. So I started over, with ingredients from real trees and plants - Kola nut, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, lemon, vanilla, orange and nutmeg. Then added a little agave nectar for a gentle rounded sweetness. I call it Q Kola. It's clean, crisp, and not too sugary, with a nice balance of spice, tang, savory, and sweet. I love it. And I think you will too, especially when you mix it with a great rum or whiskey. Enjoy! - Jordan, Jordan Silbert, Founder. Take one bad idea, add puritanical government regulation, and what do you get? Blockbuster commercial success! Ever heard of Pemberton's French Wine Cocoa? Nobody has. But this was John Pemberton's first take on a beverage. When his county in Georgia went dry he was forced to change his formula and the name, giving us - coca-cola.