PLEASE HELP !

Scottish_boy
#1
Hi i would like to introduce myslef. My name is Dale i am 16 yeas old and live in Scotland.About 10 years ago my family and i visited friends in Canada since then both familys have moed home and we no longer keep in touch,unfortunatley. Whilst in Canada we had a great time and one of the may thing i remember about it is juice.

Yes thats right juice.I Remembe the family i was staying wit hhad a bag of diffrent flavoured crystals/powder which you would mix in a jug with water to make a lovely drink.Since then me and my family have looked all over Britian and the Internet and cannot find them anywhere.

Idont even know the name of the crystal/powder. Can anyone please tell me the name of the crystals or email me with details where i can order them online.Or even better if you can send them over and i will send over money.

PLEASE HELP !! i cant go another ten years without them. lol

thank you very much (my email dufcdufc@msn.com (external - login to view))
 
GreenGreta
#2
You either have "Koolaid" Or "Freshie". It is likely Koolaid cause freshie is long gone. The stuff is really cheap. Or it could be the Peach drink from M & M meats. Depends on whether you added sugar.
 
no1important
#3
Do you know the brand or even the size of package? Was it small or large? Did it have colour?
 
Scottish_boy
#4
Thank you you have been realy helpful. You didnt add sugar it was a white bad about size of your hand.you added 3 parts water 1 part powder.

flavours i can remember are : peach,pineapple,but where about 4 more
 
GreenGreta
#5
Hey, what part of Canada was this anyways?
 
Scottish_boy
#6
just outside toronto
 
peapod
#7
figures...it came from back east...little packages of chemicals
 
GreenGreta
#8
I'm from outside toronto, and the only one I can think of is the M & M meat stuff. You didn't add sugar to it.

Go to M & M meat and see if there is a website.
 
digigirl
#9
Powder is usually KoolAid
 
Jay
#10
I see a real opportunity here....
 
I think not
#11
I don't think Kool Aid can be categorized as a juice. Doesn't juice imply something natural to it?
 
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