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Gardens lemonade
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Picture added on 16 August 2009
Comments:
Grand nostalgic photto. Warm Summers, khaki shorts and screwing open a bottle of "Gerdeens" at Scapa.
I wonder: Is there a P.C. Fletts' label in existence? [There's a jam jar one somewhere here...- Steven]
Added by Sumteeik on 18 August 2009
When we were young there would be two big crates of lemonade at all the dances in the YM in Longhope, no bar as is the norm today- mind you there was aye the warm haffie in the inside pocket of most of the men. This was consumed in the gents toilet or outside the hall but never openly inside the hall.
The pop that I aye tried to get from the crate was a redish flavour called Queens Toast, goodness knows what it was made from, likely about one hundred E numbers per mouthful.
Can anyone remember all the different flavours??.
Added by John Budge on 19 August 2009
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