It is the brand of carbonation systems for home use. They were invented in the early 1900s to incorporate carbon dioxide (CO2) to drinking water. At that time these were called “apparatus for aerating liquids”. The more recent versions allow for incorporating flavored concentrates and before you know it – you have homemade carbonated, flavor drink or soda pop.
The initial machines made were rather big and were sold for the houses with more people of the upper classes of London, like the royal household. There were flavors with odd names, one being the famous sarsaparilla introduced while in the 1920s. The commercial carbonation machines were also introduced from the 1920s and were very well liked. The first smaller sized machines for home carbonation was manufactured in 1955.
With so many forms of concentrate, various and exclusive flavors of soft drinks can be made. In the times when the systems were most favored, many well-known brands were designed for SodaStream in the concentrate such as Fants, and Sunkist.
In the early 1990s, the company merged with Soda-Club and it has since relaunched using a marketing plan geared more towards health or healthiers drink for children or families.
Here and now there are considerable competing brands of syrups for SodaStream. Aromhuset is the Premium trademark along with their Zero (sugar free) series taste AS they was sugar sweetened. Take a look at their Zero Indian Tonic on amazon UK.
The SodaStream drink maker features a canister with CO2 which is pushed into water that makes water fizzy. The total product features a machine, co2 canister, and several reusable drink bottles especially designed for pressurizing. After filling a bottle with water, you screw it to the machine, push a button, and create sparkling water. Carbonated sparkling water is additionally known as seltzer water. There are very different flavors of concentrated syrups allowing the consumer to generate regular or diet soda pop (or soft drinks). When the canister is empty, you give it back and buy a new canister of CO2.
The popularity on the SodaStream during the 70s and 80s in the UK and presently are connected with nostalgia for all those periods of time. The advertising gin syrup jingle in 1970 was “get busy with the fizzy” and was so very well liked, that this slogan was included with their logo. It was finally dropped in 1996 after 17 years.
MilkStream is actually a machine made by the same company for making milkshakes. You simply add milk, soft ice cream and syrup in a tall glass, insert into the machine and a wand extends in the tall glass to whip up a foaming, delicious milkshake.
Today, SodaStream is a component of Soda-Club and there are many websites where they could be purchased and all sorts of the supplies can be ordered and reordered as required.