Today we reviewed the Boylan Root Beer. It is an old brand, bottled since 1891. It is a cane sugar root beer. Boylan Root Beer is full-flavored with a sweet and creamy flavor. There is cinnamon, a hint of licorice as well as wintergreen tones, and the flavor lasts in your mouth without a hint of unpleasant aftertaste. There is a strong root beer smell, and effervescent head that doesn’t last, but is very nice.
Doing a Boylan Root Beer review was a good experience, one that will be duplicated as often as we can find some. It is a darn good root beer!
This is a quality root beer that competes with the best of them, and beats most!
We gave the Boylan root beer review a score of 4.25 out of 5 stars for its long-lasting flavor, and overall deliciousness.
“Boylan Root Beer has a rich and spicy sassafras flavor, thanks to its blend of cinnamon, anise, black pepper, mushroom, sweet birch, extracts of chocolate and coffee, vanilla, and wintergreen oil. Sounds complex, but the end result is an authentic, traditional tasting root beer with only a subtle creamy note.”
Boylan Root Beer is bottled under the authority of: Boylan Bottling Co. 100 Holland Road, Teterboro, NJ 07608.
Boylan Root Beer Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Cane Sugar, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Caramel Color, Natural Yucca Extract, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate (Preserves Freshness).
Like we said, Boylan Root Beer is definitely one to be drank liberally whenever it is available, without reservation. Once you’ve tried it, do your own Boylan Root Beer Review, and tell us about it in the comments or tweet @HandyFather.