Celery soda might sound like an oddity, but it once sat alongside cherry phosphates and chocolate malteds as a fairly standard drug store soda fountain option. It was promoted by athletes and bicyclists for its clean flavor and invigorating properties. It’s hardly heard of today, but for one hanger-on: Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray. Made since 1869, Dr.
Tab is one of those products that when you see it on a store shelf, you’re likely to find yourself thinking, “Huh? Tab is still around?” One of the earliest diet colas, and Coca-Cola’s first attempt back in back in 1963, Tab has been going for 55 years now. But recently, it hasn’t been going strong: Apparently, only about 1.5 million cases of Tab are currently sold per year.