Colorado Cola was our logical second step. We wanted to create an all natural cola that is unique yet nostalgic. We set out with the goal of making an old fashioned soda fountain style cola that was updated for the present. We started out with a classic cola nut extract base, and added a touches of cinnamon, coriander, lime, vanilla and wild cherry extracts to come up with a taste that is familiar but pleasantly different. We hope you enjoy our rich cola that starts with a smooth vanilla flavor that highlights the cola body and finishes with a wild cherry taste.
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“The bison (Bison bison), often called buffaloes, are the heaviest land animals in North America. Bison stand 5 to 6.5 feet tall at the shoulder, and can weigh over a ton. Despite their massive size, bison can run at speeds up to 40 miles an hour. They sport curved horns that can grow to two feet long. Bison are grazers who feed on grasses, herbs, shrubs, and twigs. In winter, bison can dig through deep snow with their heads to reach the vegetation below. The bison’s thick, shaggy coat is so well insulated that snow can collect on its back without melting. Historically, bison numbered an estimated 20-30 million. Unregulated shooting of bison in the Old West reduced their population to 1,091 in 1889. Today, approximately 500,000 bison live across North America. Females (cows) and adult males (bulls) generally live in small, separate bands and come together in very large herds during the summer mating season. Females give birth to one calf after a nine-month pregnancy. The Bison’s average lifespan is 12-20 years. A group of bison is called a gang or an obstinacy.”