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Moxie | Maine's Classic Soda

Moxie | Maine’s Classic Soda
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3 Responses to Moxie | Maine’s Classic Soda

  1. Phyllis Forbes Lovely March 13, 2014 at 3:11 pm #

    I grew up drinking Moxie in Presque Isle, ME up in The County. Always loved the stuff and now that I’m away I couldn’t find it. Last summer, July 2013, I was in Maine again for the first time in years and drank as much as I could and brought home several cases to enjoy. I also visited the Moxie Museum in Lisbon and enjoyed it thoroughly having bought as reminders; Moxie t-shirts, Moxie socks; Moxie bandannas. . . . . . . it was wonderful. Maine wouldn’t be Maine without Moxie.

  2. Phyllis Forbes Lovely March 13, 2014 at 3:12 pm #

    Thank you.

  3. Jim McGrath March 27, 2014 at 9:56 am #

    Living in New Jersey, my stepsons and I go to Catawissa, PA for our Moxie. It is made there as well, with one difference; Maine Moxie is made with corn syrup, and PA Moxie with cane sugar. It’s a subtle difference in taste, but we’ve had both and can tell the difference. We buy cases when we go, because it’s a 2-hour trip!

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