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  1. The soda referred to as "White" soda is NOT 7-Up, Sprite, Lemon/Lime. It was used interchangably in most recipes though. Graf made it, as did many other soda companies. Many people mistakenly think I am referring to the citrus flavored sodas such as 7-Up or Sprite. Others think of Tonic, Sparkling water, Carbonated water, Club Soda etc. but I am not (even though it is also clear.) Posted by: Marywithane on Jan 15, 2012 (3) (0)
  2. 7UP and Sprite are NOT, repeat NOT White soda. The are both lemon lime....White soda was far different, no citrus and you would know it if you tasted it...Sadly I haven't seen any for years Posted by: Anonymous on Apr 09, 2016 (1) (0)
  3. No one makes it any more. It's sad people argue that 7up, club and Sprite are whites,BUT they are clear sodas. White soda was unflavored and club soda has way to much bitterness to it. I miss white soda when I'm sick. Sweet and no flavor. Posted by: VickiJo on Jan 04, 2016 (1) (0)
  4. Funny... Mom just mentioned "white soda" and I decided to Google. She grew up in Milwaukee, WI. She said it was Graf white soda also. Posted by: Anonymous on Sep 27, 2012 (0) (0)
  5. There actually was a Soda flavor "white" soda produced. I have an un opened bottle that I have had for years. Posted by: Anonymous on Mar 19, 2011 (0) (0)
  6. Any clear soda including 7 Up, Sprite, and Graf's is called white soda here in Milwaukee. Posted by: Anonymous on Aug 20, 2012 (0) (2)
  7. Milwaukee-speak for clear soda, such as 7-Up or Sprite. Posted by: johnmdye on Apr 21, 2009 (1) (3)
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