Dr. Good Guy is bottled by Kalil Bottling Co. in Tucson, AZ. I do not have an extra can now that I can sample, but for your viewing pleasure, I will leave you with a link. Can you find the Dr. Good Guy reference?
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Suppose that you are at a big birthday party, and the cake has been cut and the slices have been individually placed on paper plates. Which one do you reach for? The flower piece with the most icing and hardly any cake? And do you like some coffee with your sugar? If this describes you, then Dr. Celeste is your beverage. And at 49 cents, that’s hard to beat. For those who generally prefer a Dr flavored soda to Dr flavored syrup, you might want to pass this one by. The Celeste brand line of sodas is distributed by The Pantry and is available in a number of convenience stores across the South. Dr. Celeste earns a two and a half Dr Pepper can rating.
I have complained before (even today, I believe) about Drs being boring and letting this ruin the flavor. Others seem to be successful at using their boring (not bland) flavor to say “i’m not the best Dr ever to be made before, but I sure as hell am not the worst either.” Count Real Dr. in the ranks of those who settle in this way for such mediocrity. Real Dr. (made by Sunny Select) earns a three dr pepper can rating.
Dr. Zip is sold by the Canadian store Sobey’s under the Our (Nos) Compliments Label. Dr. Zip is certainly Soda Pétillant (Soda With a Fizz, according to Zip translators). Nevertheless, Dr. Zip is sweet like cane sugar and earns a very respectable four Dr Pepper can rating.
Dr. Zing is nothing to write home about. It is under the brandname Super G, which is sold in the Giant grocery stores. This bottle was bought in Baltimore, MD, but there are other Giant locations throughout the region. Dr. Zing has a little bit of a bitter taste.