History of Earp’s Original Sarsaparilla.
History has recorded the days of the Old West, Tombstone and Marshal Wyatt Earp’s famous “Gun fight at the OK Corral”, but little has been recorded about the every day lives led by the Earp family.
Back then, the 1800’s, families not only provided food for their own meals but in most cases did the same for what they drank. Root Beer, originally called sarsaparilla, was one of the drinks frontier families made for their own consumption.
Sarsaparilla, sometimes pronounced sas-parilla or sas-parilly, was originally made from the root of the sarsaparilla plant.
Today, in the tradition of the Old West, and by authority granted to Orca Beverage by the Earp family, that same old fashion Sarsaparilla is once again being produced.
Insuring absolute quality and authenticity, modern manufacturing methods and ingredients are now incorporated which also meet the demand for our product.
The ultimate retro-soda and right out of the “Old West”. If you listen just close enough to the fizz of an open Earp’s Sarsaparilla, you might be able to hear the clanking of spurs, hissing of a rattlesnake and perhaps even the sound of a stagecoach; all from a time lost to legend and folklore.
Earp’s Original Sarsaparilla.
One thing that has not been lost is the Original Earp’s Sarsaparilla. Full of bite and brass, just like in the days of the Wild West, nothing quenches a dry mouth like the rich velvety taste of this true American Classic.
A beverage this fierce is enough to rival even the meanest, darndest bandits in the seedy saloons of the great yonder. Besides, you need all that zing to cut through your cotton-stuffed mouth after a dusty canyon adventure.
To this day, Earp’s Sarsaparilla had no equal. And, you can get some for your own saddle bag, shipped direct to your front door.