Food of the Seventies, 'Ice Cream Soda In A Bottle'

I also have food pages for the 80s and 90s.

Picture Gallery

Loading images, if this message doesn't go away you may need to enable javascript in order to see pictures
No images

No pictures available yet!

 Submit a picture 

OK this was a short-lived soft drink that was heavily promoted in I think the summer of '75 that I only remember by its slogan "it is like an ice cream soda in a bottle." The ad showed a guy dressed up like an old-fashioned ice cream vendor with straw hat and striped shirt on an old-fashioned ice cream parlor looking set. My mom bought it a couple of times: it came in grape and strawberry and cherry or something and tasted like melted popsicles. They must have put lanolin in the drink because it was thick and looked kind of silvery like certain brands of shampoo. Anyone remember the name of this? It only lasted about a year before disappearing.
Links for more info

The following are links about 'Ice Cream Soda In A Bottle' you may find interesting. Also check out the other pages.

  • No links have been submitted for this page yet.

Submit a link to more information about 'Ice Cream Soda In A Bottle'

User Stories and Comments

The following are comments left about 'Ice Cream Soda In A Bottle' from site visitors such as yourself. They are not spell checked or reviewed for accuracy.

Brian - February 20, 2017 - Report this comment
Kiora. Spelling might be different. The ad referred to the server as a soda jerk and the kid tells him he's not a jerk. The song is now stuck in my head!
Sarah - March 18, 2017 - Report this comment
Ah that looks like the general category of drink but this was in the U.S. - it may have been regionally marketed to the San Francisco Bay Area and it came in more of a glass soda bottle.

Submit a story or info about 'Ice Cream Soda In A Bottle'