The company, which produces the sodas under the brand name Lester's Fixins, also produces a variety of other flavors, including bacon, peanut butter and jelly, coffee, pumpkin pie and sweet corn.
Being the generous, kind and caring editors that we are, we decided to give them all a try so you didn't have to, testing them out for both drinkability and if they actually taste like what their names suggest. All sodas were scored on a scale of zero to 10, with lower numbers indicating worse taste and poorer resemblance in flavor to what was intended. Higher numbers indicate the opposite.
Click through the below gallery to see what we found out.
Peanut Butter And Jelly Soda
Editors agreed overall that the peanut butter and jelly-flavored soda smelled a bit like jelly and had a slight peanut butter aftertaste, but it didn't exactly taste like a sandwich. Few were outright appalled by the taste, but no one loved it. "Tolerable in small doses," wrote one editor. "Not as bad as you might think."
The coffee flavor in this soda was definitely on the subtle side. Few of us were fans. One editor said it tasted "like bad coffee," and another noted some nutty undertones.
Pumpkin Pie Soda
Nearly everyone agreed that the pumpkin pie soda smelled strongly of cloves, but the pumpkin flavor wasn't really there. "Would be good mixed with winter cocktails," wrote one editor. "I don't want to drink pumpkin pie -- not even at Starbucks," wrote another.
Buffalo Wing Soda
The general consensus across the board was that this was one of the weirdest soda of the bunch. It scored lowest in flavor at 2.3 out of 10 possible points. It didn't really taste like buffalo wings, either. "I would never guess what this is," one editor wrote. It did, however, have a discernable spiciness on the nose.
Bacon soda? More like bacon bits soda. At least that was our impression. Many editors made note of a strong burnt flavor in place of the smokiness we'd expected. One editor's pain says it all: "Winced. Really not a fan." It scored low on taste, with 2.5 points out of a possible 10.
Sweet Corn Soda
We were all pleasantly surprised by the sweet corn soda, which got high marks on both drinkability and how closely it resembled canned corn in taste. One editor called the flavor "uncanny," (pun intended?) adding, "I think I could drink a bottle of this!" Another editor, however, couldn't get over the color, noting that it "looks violently yellow."