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Marc Osten

Mine to. It was small gas canisters that screwed into the top of a bottle. Probably worked just as well and cost lots less.


My Grandpa used to have one of these and we could make lemonade and orangeade whenever we wanted! It was a real novelty for us. For my grandparents it was a cheap and easy way to make tonic to go with the gin!

Marc Osten

Leave it to you Jamie to think egg creams...you are my hero.

Jamie Elkin

by turning it into egg creams!

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