Natural and artificial fruit flavors
Lady Behind Counter: Huh (insert beat) This costs as much as one of those energy drinks.
Me: It’s made with real cereal.
Zoom in to see can in fridge where it will probably stay until someone throws it out or drinks it.
8 responses to “Liquid Cereal”
so… i’ve been looking for evidence online that this stuff can actually be purchased somewhere, and you seem to have done it. can you help me out?
Hmm tormp… that’s a tough one to answer.
I can say that I picked mine up at an Ameristop between Cincinnati and Oxford, OH off US-27, but I’ve no idea what good that’d be…
A bit of googling and I’m not finding much more information about the drink, where it can be bought online or off.
If it’s pressing, I could part with mine. No one’s going to drink it.
heh, my life will have taken a few strange turns when my need for liquid cereal becomes pressing. maybe you can cleverly disuise the can, and… surprise someone in search of a mere diet soda with a nutritious meal. disgustastic.
Actually, this information is helpful. i live around Cleveland, so i suppose there’s a chance that it might be distributed this far north. i was just surprised at how difficult it was to find information about the product beyond the bevnet review and the corporate site (with google ranking your blog just below those two in relevance). maybe i’ll see if there are any ameristops around here.
anyway, i think my sudden, violent fixation on obtaining liquid cereal may be waning somewhat.
I must find this product for a joke christmas present! I’ll buy 3 or 4 cans in different flavors if anyone would send me some!
That wouldn’t have been the Ameristop in Millville, would it? I also live in the Cincinnati area and will have to start checking out various Ameristops in order to quell my curiosity.
Yup, Brian B… That’s the one.
CAN SOMEONE WHO HAS A CAN OF THIS CONTACT ME AT THAT EMAIL ABOVE I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE A FEW FOR MY SON FOR HIS BDAY THANKS SO MUCH I DONT CARE WHAT FLAVORS…THANKS!!
Anyone know if these Liquid Cereals are still made? I write for a beverage magazine and would like to evaluate them. I can’t find them anywhere.