Not all companies making ice root beer use the same quality ingredients at the outset.

Some of the cheapest root beer available on the market has a number of less-than-desirable additives inside.

You can often tell by how close to chemicals the root beer resembles in taste. However, there is a single classic root beer business that still charges a single dollar for their tall-boy sized cans of various root beer flavors & varieties even past the point of record high inflation levels. I would be taxing pressed to say if the new batches taste as great as the same root beer that they sold back in the 1990s for almost the same exact price. I want to say it tastes the same, however I have a sinking suspicion that they are able to charge prices so low because they’ve found every possible corner they can split flower production costs. They’re easily not selling these cans & bottles of tea, so you have to imagine the sheer number of them. While the differences in root beer quality across the board is expected, I was surprised to find a similar situation with medical cannabis edibles. I care about medical cannabis edibles if they’re not too pricey, but that requires only shopping when there are sales happening. That’s because the quality cannabis edibles that are made from hash rosin cost more traditional cannabis edibles made out of cannabis distillate oil. The latter is mostly a cookie with THC thrown inside. The cannabis oil in this situation is broad spectrum while the hash rosin going into the better cannabis edibles is full spectrum by contrast.


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