Originally Posted by bud16415
I was up in Canada one time and saw a sign saying "Drink Canada Dry". So we tried to...
For what it's worth: While Canada Dry did originate in Canada, it's been based in Texas since the mid-'60s. It became popular as a mixer during Prohibition because it was especially good at hiding the aroma of illegal booze.
Oh, and speaking of Canadian stuff, I'm drinking Canada Club whiskey, on ice with a bit of water. Or rather I was last night. My wife just got home, so I am tempted to start drinking it again right now at 3 p.m., but that'd just cause increased scolding.