National Ice Cream Soda Day

National Ice Cream Soda Day is followed on June 20th of each year. This frothy drink is made up with a few scoops o ice cream in any carbonated beverage. It is the perfect drink to cool you off on this hot day. And this offers you a refreshing snap which makes you cool throughout the day. In these days there are many delicious variations of the original ice cream soda, including the root beer floats, purple cows and Boston coolers. It is celebrated as an honor for the soda lovers. It is the most joyful day to celebrate with the sizzling cool Ice Cream Soda.

“I don’t drink liquor, but I do like chocolate ice cream soda.” – Anne Meara

History Of National Ice Cream Soda Day

The Ice Cream Sodas were created by the legendary Robert Green in 1874 during the Philadelphia’s sesquicentennial celebration. Sources show that the igneous Mr Green was mixed the vanilla ice cream with the soda he was selling. It was the brilliant idea to keep the sodas cold. Unfortunately, his mixture was an instantaneous hit and spread like wildfire. It is then evolved in different varieties for the enhancement of the flavor.

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Other Celebrations on June 20

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How to Celebrate National Ice Cream Soda Day

Celebrating the National Ice Cream Soda Day, grab some soda and a couple of scoops of the ice cream and a straw. Finally, sit in the sunshine and celebrate your creation while thinking of how Mr Green’s combination has become an instant sensation. Nowadays there is a range of variations on the initially invented ice cream soda. You can buy them in the shop if you don’t have the time to make one. You can share your views and thoughts on the social media using the hashtags #NationalIceCreamSodaDay.

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