3/30/18 – Drink Mix

7992-k-is-for-kool-aid-man-by-joeljayjulian

Welcome to Five Course Trivia! Five days a week, we’ll post five questions about something from the culinary world, from soup to nuts and all dishes in between.

The season is over! Congrats on making it all the way to the end. I hope you found success in the season, but more importantly, I hope you learned something new and made your knowledge a little bit wider. We’ve got a two more F/D questions left, so let’s take care of one now.

LearnedLeague precedent (LL76, MD22) – Raspberry, cherry, grape, lemon, orange, and root-beer were the original six flavors of what drink, which was developed in 1927 and is now owned by Kraft Foods? Currently available flavors include tropical punch, strawberry, mixed berry, black cherry, and—oh yeah!—blue raspberry lemonade.

Fun question, and fun use of “Oh yeah!” in the question. That’s the kind of nonsense I love to see in questions. My Player Tracker informed me that the people I follow who missed it are all British, so I guess British folks aren’t aware that the Kool-Aid Man breaks down walls.

Let’s mix it up with a few questions on drink mixes. Enjoy!

1. While we’re talking about Kool-Aid, name the word removed from this photo, which represents what all the cool kids were drinking in the 90s.

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Question 1

2. Certainly the most popular lemonade powder mix is what brand owned by Kraft, whose name invokes pastoral living?

3. This is a screenshot from a 1966 television ad for what product?

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Question 3

4. Name the word blocked out in this photo.

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Question 4

5. What flavor what the Nesquik Bunny promoting when it first appeared on a can of Nesquik in the 1950s?

6. One more word blurring picture: what type of orange is featured in the most common flavor of Emergen-C?

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Question 6

ANSWERS BELOW:

1. Burst
2. Country Time
3. Tang
4. MiO
5. Strawberry
6. Super Orange!

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