There's a common rumor that says that Dr Pepper (a carbonated soft drink) contains prune juice. The company claims it does not, but it does have cherry flavoring which may account for the taste that people claim is prune flavored.
Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 12:31 am Post subject: the ingredients list
The ingredients list on the back of a can of Dr. Pepper simply says "natural and artificial flavors." So, at the most I would think that it might contain some prune derived flavoring chemicals. I'd think that if it actually contained prune juice they would have to list it on the can in case someone is allergic to prunes.
Dr. Pepper is all the flavors of the fountain. The original idea was to create a soda that tasted like a soda fountain smelled when you first walked in. You are likely to get vanilla, cola, cherry, chocolate and other common flavors. The Prune Juice thing is a pernicious rumor with no basis in fact
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Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2007 6:15 am Post subject: Secret Ingredient
I recently attended a party at which a young man claimed his dr. pepper exhibited 24 flavors. He made no claims relative to the original 23 flavors. He did prove that his beverage exhibited a 24th flavor: vodka. Oddly, it was surprisingly yummy.
Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2008 2:03 am Post subject: noup....
The formula for Dr. Pepper is proprietary, but I really think that prune juice is definitely not one of the ingredients. It is a blend of many spices and flavor extracts. And I think even the color is supplied by caramel especially made for the product.
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Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:33 am Post subject: RE: Dr Pepper
The ORIGINAL Dr. Pepper drink, before it became what it is today, did contain prune juice.
You could serve the drink chilled, OR warmed up! However, with the carbonation that it has today, I would suggest to not heat it up.
The change occured in the three years time that I was off fighting for my country in SouthEast Asia. _________________ Ya's cain't put that there rubber-bottomed fancy dan frypan on the campfire, and not get no stink! Ya's got to use the black pan, if ya's wants good grub!