Palisade Peaches & Cream is a delicious blend of ripe peaches smoothed out with a luscious cream finish. We set out to replicate the experience of eating a perfectly ripe peach in a Palisade orchard. Imagine the sweet nectar dripping out of every bite, kissed by the sun, and offering up all the bounty of the harvest. We wanted to churn that experience into a creamy finished soda that can only be called peach perfection. We hope you enjoy what we have striven to perfect, the wonderful taste of the prime peach harvest.
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“The Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana), is the second fastest land mammal in the world, after the cheetah. They can run at more than 53 miles an hour. Pronghorns are also great distance runners that can travel for miles at half that speed. Pronghorns are about three feet tall at the shoulders and weigh 100 to 150 pounds. They are reddish brown, but feature white stomachs and wide, white stripes on their throats. When startled they raise the hair on their rumps to display a white warning patch that can be seen for miles. Pronghorn also use the highly distinctive leaping gait known as a pronk. Both sexes sport impressive, backward-curving horns. The horns split to form forward-pointing prongs that give the species its name. Some animals have horns that are more than a foot long. The meal of choice for this speedy herbivore is generally grass, sagebrush, and other vegetation. By 1908, hunting had reduced the pronghorn population to less than 20,000. Protection of habitat and hunting restrictions have allowed their numbers to recover to nearly one million today. Pronghorn average life expectancy is from 8 to 12 years. A group is called a bend or a herd.”