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[Snack Attack - Korea] Iseul Tok Tok - Soju Soda

I think I have written about the OG peach flavor of Iseul Tok Tok, but I don't think I've written about the pineapple flavor!

Iseul Tok Tok is carbonated soju soda, It has a very low amount of alcohol (3%). It was created to open the soju market and appeal to women by having a lower alcohol content and fruity flavors.

I get it. They're quite refreshing and fun. I also know plenty of men who also enjoy soju soda.

So, this is the original flavor - peach. If I were to describe the peach flavor, it's like the Hi-Chew peach flavor, so it's kind of light, but yet a little sweet and deep peach flavor.

It''s not overly artificial. I mean, I could be wrong, but I don't feel like I'm drinking peach flavored cough syrup when I drink it,

It's really a light flavor and nice and bubbly.

If you cannot handle alcohol, you should definitely be careful. You cannot taste the alcohol in it, so it's quite easy to drink it quickly. It really tastes like you're just drinking a bubbly peach flavored drink.

This is the pineapple flavor! I was pretty excited when I saw this because I was on a pineapple obsessed phase in my dietary life.

Also, I was kind of excited because I liked the peach flavor so much, so I figured that the pineapple Iseul Tok Tok would be delicious.

It was.

It does fall more on the side of artificial flavor than the peach, in my opinion. The flavor is kind of like the white color of the LEGO block candy, if anyone else has ever tried that very random, obscure candy. Or, maybe the white color bead in the candy necklace.
Anyway, it's slightly sweet, but somewhat tart. I definitely like this flavor more than the peach flavor because the flavor seems a little more multi-dimensional to me.

I have some more soju soda flavor reviews coming up, so stay tuned!

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