Perk-a-Cola! I would like to point out that my labels ARE correct no matter what people say. These are the picutre files from the actual game. End of discussion. While I am resistant to giving away my secret recipes, here they are:
1.75 Cups Club Soda
3 Tbs Cherry Flavor
>1 tsp Lime Flavor
2 Drops Black Food Color
Speed Cola (Note that you need 1.5 cups to fill a bottle)
1 cup Club Soda
4 Tbs. Lime Torani (Smart and Final)
½ tsp Sugar
1 tsp Corn Syrup
¼ tsp Lemon Juice
½ tsp Lime Juice
1 Drop Light Green Food Coloring
2 Drops Dark Green Food Coloring
Quick Revive Cola (Note that you need 1.5 cups to fill a bottle)
1 Cup Club Soda
4 Tbs Blue Flavoring
¼ Tsp Sugar
½ tsp Corn Syrup
1 Tbs Vanilla Torani (Smart and Final)
1 Drop Light Blue Food Coloring
Juggernog (Note that you need 1.5 cups to fill a bottle)
1 Cup Seltzer Water (In the Vodka Section at Savemart)
3 Tbs. Raspberry Torani (On the top shelf near the coffee section at Savemart)
½ tsp Corn Syrup
½ tsp Sugar
Double Tap (Note that you need 1.5 cups to fill a bottle)
1 Cup Seltzer Water
2 ½ Tbs Mandarin Orange Torani
1 Tbs French Vanilla Torani
5 Drops Yellow Color
1 Drop Pink Color
4 Tbs Lemon Torani
Around 1 Cup Shasta
Lemon Toxic Waste
2 Tbs Lemon Juice
1 Tbs Lime Juice
??? Color ???
1 Cup Shasta
6 Tbs Grape Syrup
1 tsp? sugar
??? one drop light blue color ???
Step 1: Equipment and Ingredients
Because this is food, most of the ingredients are replaceable. Replaceable/optional ingredients are marked with a *. What You'll Need:
Club Soda* (any nonflavored carbonated beverage)
A Twist Off Bottle Of Soda (I use Dr. Browns which can be found at BevMo)
A Bowl of Some Sort
Lime and Lemon Juice*
Torani Flavoring Syrup* (Any brand or flavor will work. Using Raspberry)
Karo Syrup* (Corn Syrup)
Step 2: Measure
Measure out around one cup of your club soda.
Step 3: Add
Add 3 tablespoons of raspberry Torani syrup to your club soda.
Step 4: Stir
Step 5: Add
Add 1/2 a teaspoon of sugar. This should always be done before adding corn syrup otherwise the two can stick together and be hard to stir.
Step 6: Stir
Step 7: Add
How much corn syrup you add doesn't make a huge difference as long as you don't add over 2 teaspoons. As you can see, I don't measure it because it makes a bigger mess.
Step 8: Stir
Hooray more stirring!
Step 9: Carbonate*
Place a fairly small chunk of dry ice; it should be about the size and thickness of a full mini post-it notepad. This step is totally optional. If you're trying to go for that "soda-like" feel then you might want to put in the little bit of extra effort. You might notice that the soda is a differnt color. This is mainly because I don't care for any other flavor to be carbonated. While you're waiting, it's time to prepare the bottle.
Step 10: Prepare the Bottle
Removeing the label from your bottle can prove to be a bit more challenging than it seems. Dr. Brown's soda has a label that is very easy to remove which is why I strongly recommend it. If your label has all around adhesive, let it soak in some warm water then try to peel/pick it off. If that doesn't work you can use any type of anti-adhesive spray (just keep it away from the mouth of the bottle.) Make sure to throughly wash off the bottle after using anti-adhesive to keep it from having a dirty/foggy apperance.
Step 11: Labeling Your Bottle
A link to the bottle labels can be found at the link next to "Labels" in the ingredients page and also here https://sites.google.com/site/justyouraveragesite/ . Click the link, click the image, enlarge it once, and copy the image. Paste it on your desktop, open it, and print it. Carefully cut out the labels. If your using Dr. Brown's soda, then there will be a line of adhesive left. Peel off the back of the sticker and paste it over the smudge. Cut out one of the smaller cap stickers with some extra space around it, peel off the back, and place it on the cap.
And to reitterate, these are the EXACT file pictures from the game. These are the correct labels. :D
Step 12: Pour and Finish
Pour your soda into the bottle and twist the cap back on. Now your done! You can make your own flavors with the basic principle I have supplied you with.