Grand Mesa Grape
Grand Mesa Grape is good, really good. We set out to create a grape soda that actually tastes like the grapes grown along the sides of the Grand Mesa. Unlike most other grape sodas on the market, our grape soda uses only the purest extract of natural grapes available. We lightly sweeten the soda so that only the true complexities of grape shine through. We hope that you enjoy the round and robust grape flavor that this Grand Mesa Grape so uniquely provides.
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“The Moose (Alces alces) is the largest species in the deer family. Most recognizable by their huge antlers, which can spread 6 feet from end to end, moose are about 5 to 6.5 feet tall at the shoulder and weigh up to a ton. Moose have long faces and muzzles that dangle over their chins. A flap of skin, known as a bell, sways beneath the moose’s throat. Moose are so tall that they prefer to browse higher grasses and shrubs because lowering their heads to ground level can be difficult. In winter they eat shrubs and pinecones, but they also scrape snow with their large hooves to clear areas for browsing on mosses and lichens. These hooves also act as snowshoes to support the heavy animals in soft snow and in muddy or marshy ground. Moose are at home in the water and, despite their bulk, are good swimmers. They have been seen paddling several miles at a time, and will even submerge completely, staying under for 30 seconds or more. On land, moose can run up to 35 miles an hour. In North America, the moose range includes almost all of Canada, the upper Rocky Mountains, and isolated moose populations have been verified as far south as the mountains of Utah and Colorado. In 1978, a few breeding pairs were introduced in western Colorado, and the state’s moose population is now more than 1,000. Moose live from 15 to 20 years. A group is called a herd.”