Original New York Seltzer

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Original New York Seltzer
Original New York Seltzer in Spring 2015. Six Flavors: Black Cherry, Peach, Vanilla Cream, Raspberry, Lemon & Lime, Root Beer
Type Soft Drink
Country of origin Walnut, California USA[1][2]
Introduced 1981
Discontinued early 1990s[citation needed]

Original New York Seltzer was a carbonated soft drink.[1][3] It was produced from about 1981 until the early 1990s by father and son Alan and Randy Miller[4][5][6] as a non-caffeinated line of sodas that were claimed to be made from natural flavors and colors.

Original New York Seltzer was made in flavors including Black Cherry, Raspberry, Peach, Root Beer, Vanilla Creme, Strawberry, Lemon & Lime, Orange, Blueberry, and Cola & Berry.


  1. ^ a b Marian Burros (December 23, 1987). "Eating Well". New York Times. 
  2. ^ "Small Southland Firms Start a Trend : Flavored Seltzer: Old Recipe Adds Fizz to Beverage Sales". Los Angeles Times. October 20, 1986. 
  3. ^ "Gone But Not Forgotten: Original New York Seltzer". The San Francisco Chronicle. May 15, 2008. Retrieved 2013-01-22. 
  4. ^ "Fizz-Biz Whiz Randy Miller Leaps into High-Rise Hype". People 27 (9). March 2, 1987. 
  5. ^ "Marketer sells seltzer to yuppies". The Bryan Times. August 30, 1988. 
  6. ^ Otto, Alison (October 1, 1990). "Whizzes of fizz. (Original New York Seltzer) (Rising Stars; company profile) (Cover Story)". Prepared Foods – via highbeam.com. 

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