Food of the Seventies, Wishing Well Cream Soda

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This was the best cream soda ever made unfortunatley wishing well went out of bussiness during the cola wars
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greg - May 10, 2012 - Report this comment
national dry in toronto bought the rights to wishing well but stopped making it
bob - August 23, 2013 - Report this comment
the made wishing well soda on our property!!!!! dont no anything else thou
Ben G - February 23, 2014 - Report this comment
Any info on Wishing Well would be great ! I know it was started in London Ontario
Logan - November 01, 2014 - Report this comment
I have a full wishing well bottle it is the pink one :) It was from my grandfather and I am only 11 years old :) not to brag
Diana L - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
my dad had a Wishing Well distributorship in Chatham Ontario for as long as I can remember. He and his brother delivered it to the Chatham Kent area. The warehouse was on Willowmac Ave. They got their orders from London, ON. There were several flavors that were the absolute best but no colas. He died in 1959 and my uncle closed the business a year or 2 later.
Ron Nye - June 01, 2018 - Report this comment
Wishing Well was as common as Coca Cola when I was a boy in London and Toronto Ontario in the 40s and 50s. Their bottles were distinctive and the flavours I recall were orange, cream soda, lime or lemon lime, and root beer.
Barry - August 05, 2018 - Report this comment
When I Was growing up in the 50"s /60"s, wishing well orange, lime and cream soda, was the best. I have yet to find anything close to it's flavour in others yet. other greats were, the old original hires root beer, ginger beer, and the pure spring drinks. To bad someone couldn't have the same recipe.
Mark - September 15, 2018 - Report this comment
Not only did Wishing Well have great flavours, their pop came in 11 ounce bottles ! (a big deal if you were a young boy). My favourite was Black Cherry, but their cream soda was excellent.
Rob Lambert - September 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Couldn't find detailed history of Wishing Well, or the maker, National Dry, but item images suggest 1920s or 30s to start. eBay has vintage metal signs, and an old wooden shipping crate, plus several bottles. Metal signs with thermometers from the 1950s were common. The company may or not have been tied to Canada Dry. London, Ontario. Reminds me of "All In the Family," when Archie Bunker, at work, mistakenly shipped parts to London, England instead of Ontario, and lost his Christmas bonus for it.

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