Original New York Seltzer
|Country of origin||Walnut, California United States|
|Introduced||1981 & 2015 (relaunched)|
|Related products||Sparkling Water |
Original New York Seltzer is a carbonated soft drink. It was produced from about 1981 until the early 1990s by father and son Alan and Randy Miller as a non-caffeinated line of sodas featuring natural flavors with no preservatives or artificial colors. The brand was revived in mid 2015, featuring eight flavors: Root Beer, Vanilla Cream, Raspberry, Peach, Lemon & Lime, BlueBerry, Black Cherry, and Concord Grape. Cola & Berry was added in 2016. The original Original New York Seltzer flavors also included Orange and Strawberry, in addition to all of the above (with the exception of Concord Grape).
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