Is Big Blue the same as Big Red?
Considering this, do Big Red and Big Blue taste the same?
Aaron's Comments: Big Blue is bottled by the same manufacturer that makes Big Red, and this fact is apparent when one drinks one and realizes that it has almost the same flavor as its red colored counterpart. The vanilla flavor is a little more prominent, but the bubble gum flavor is still present.
Furthermore, what is the flavor of Big Red? Though Big Red has classically been marketed as a "red cream soda", its flavor is described as "deliciously different" for a good reason. The unique taste of the soda has been compared to everything from bubblegum to cotton candy. The real flavor is a combination of lemon and orange oil along with vanilla.
In this regard, what is Big Blue Flavor?
Big Blue is a variant of Big Red which is blue in color, similar to Crush Berry Punch. Its flavor is a Blue Creme. There was speculation from many people saying that the flavor tastes like cotton candy with a blue bubblegum feel.
Where is Big Red available?
Big Red was originally marketed exclusively in Central and South Texas and around Louisville, Kentucky, including parts of Southern Indiana. The Louisville connection was due to Roark owning the R.C. Bottling Company in Louisville and Kentucky was the first state in which this soda was available to consumers.