Ramune Watermelon Soda
Ramune's popularity spread quickly throughout Japan after it started to be packaged in the iconic Codd-Neck bottles in 1888. These bottles are made of glass, filled from the bottom, and sealed at the top with a marble. When filled with carbonated liquid, the gas pressure in the bottle forces the marble against a rubber ring along the top, which seals in the carbonation. Codd-neck bottles have largely fallen into disuse, and ramune is one of very few commercial soft drinks in the world that still uses them.
Curbside pickup only, please do not add to a shipped order.