Sunday 28 July 2019

Worcestershire Sauce with Soda Water? Maybe it's time to bring it back....

CAPE ARGUS - 1906, 22 December
THE STAR Johannesburg - 1918, 12 & 19 March
CAPE ARGUS - 1918, 14 November
CAPE TIMES - 1933, 1 July
Have a look at these interesting NON-ALCOHOLIC drinks available in 1906 – 1933

Worcestershire Sauce with Soda Water? 
In India & other hot countries, a dash of LEA & PERRINS’ WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE in Soda Water was much appreciated as a “pick-me-up.” This was one of the many uses to which this famous sauce was put. 

(THE STAR Johannesburg - 1918, 19 March)

ROSE’S Lime Juice Produced from lime fruit grown in the British West Indies. The public were warned against spurious imitations made from cheap foreign lemon juice. 

(CAPE ARGUS - 1906, 22 December)

Always cooling and refreshing. Children loved it. Large supplies had been shipped from London.
(THE STAR Johannesburg - 1918, 12 March)

ROSE’S Lime Juice The “LANCET” said: “Drink Lime Juice whenever and wherever you can. It is not only the most beneficial drink but the most pleasant.” This Pure Lime Juice contained valuable health-giving salts. It was unsweetened and sugar had to be added to taste.

(CAPE ARGUS - 1918, 14 November)

Lime Fruit Juice that cooled the blood and kept you fit.

(THE STAR Johannesburg - 1918, 19 March)

KEY BRAND Non-Alcoholic Grape Juice (KWV) 
It was delicious to drink and was a definite aid to health. 
(Interesting to see that clients were encouraged to always ask for KWV when they buy Eau-de-Cologne - the Brandy-master created the Eau-de-Cologne.

(CAPE TIMES - 1933, 1 July)

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