Dirty Cola ~ Dirty Soda Recipe ~ Torani Friday ~ Noreen’s Kitchen

Have you ever had a Dirty Soda? How about a Dirty Cola? If you are not “in the know” you may be out of the loop on these delicious albeit sugary treats. A soda shop in Utah called “Swig” made their business all things fountain and all thing sugary. They create amazing combinations for customers to enjoy. Everything from Sprite with watermelon, strawberry, and coconut to the original dirty cola or dirty Dr. Pepper.

The thing that makes a soda of any kind “dirty” is the addition of coconut syrup. Then you build from there. You can free style your beverage and go whole hog or you can keep it simple. That is where we are going today! The dirty cola is simple and delicious and perfect for Torani Friday!

Dirty soda or what I am calling my Dirty Cola is just your favorite cola with the addition of Torani lime and coconut syrups along with a squeeze of fresh lime juice. I am using a Mexican Pepsi that does not have high fructose corn syrup, but rather cane sugar. The Torani also has cane sugar. I know this seems like a lot of sugar for one drink, but I promise you that this does not take your taste buds to sweet town. On the contrary, it really is a delicious and refreshing taste that you will not have ever had if you have never tried a dirty cola.

This is definitely a treat you want to savor and one you don’t want to indulge in daily. But do try it at least once! Because this is really delicious! Today was my first time making or trying a dirty soda and I have to say I really enjoyed it. Now this one soda was enjoyed by four people and we didn’t finish it. So that gives you some indication of how often we actually enjoy soda. I actually banned it from my house about 8 years ago and we have never looked back only to enjoy a single natural soda every now and then. A Mexican Pepsi or Coke or a natural root beer is about as far as it goes.

Give this dirty soda a try! Its a great way to use your Torani syrups and I promise you won’t be disappointed!

I hope you try this and I hope you love it!

Happy Sipping!

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