Three Cents Artisanal Beverages

Inspired by bartenders for bartenders. Three Cents with their all-natural substance and long-lasting fizziness soon elevated their reputation among consumers becoming a top soda beverage choice.

History of Carbonation

In 1767, Joseph Priestley discovered a method of infusing water with carbon dioxide when he suspended a bowl of water above a beer vat at a local brewery.

In the late 18th century, J.J. Schweppes (1740-1821) developed a process to manufacture carbonated water based on a process discovered by Joseph Priestley, founding the Schweppes in Gevevain 1783.

The term seltzer water is a genericized trademark that derives from the German town Selters, which is renowned for its mineral springs. Naturally carbonated water, Selters, has been commercially bottled and shipped from this town since the 18th century or earlier. Generally, seltzer water has no added sodium salts, while club sodastill retains some of the sodium salts that once were used.

Evolution of Soda Culture

Seltzer water or Soda water gained popularity in the USA due to being considered a tonic and remedy for indigestion. In 1832 John Mathews invents the soda fountain. During the late 1830's it is estimated that NYC had more than 670 soda draughts. By the early 1920’s just about every drugstore had a soda fountain. During Prohibition soda bars where the meeting point of the era instead of bars.

It's all about bubbles

Mastering the science of bubbles, Three Cents came up with the bubbliest product ever, the Three Cents Artisanal Beverages. The secret for the perfect cocktails and long drinks allowing them to retain their fizziness down to the last sip while bringing out the refined flavours and aromas.

Unlike flat drinks, carbonation sets in motion a set of micro explosions in the mouth that stimulate a sense of pleasure.

Honoring Heritage

During the Great Depression in the USA, soda water used to be called "two cents plain" at most soda bars in reference to its cost. When flavour was added, its cost when up to Three Cents. Three Cents were therefore named after flavoured soda.

What started with the Three Cents Pink Grapefruit Soda has now evolved into a range seven different sodas and four tonics with the Pineapple Soda being the latest addition to the family.