When it comes to soda, if you're after a no-frills sugar rush, you should probably dip into your resurrected case of Surge. But if you're looking for something you could conceivably sip out of a fine crystal goblet, consider PepsiCo's new craft soda, Caleb's Kola.
Named for pharmacist and Pepsi creator Caleb Bradham, the soda touts such fancy ingredients as Fair Trade cane sugar, sparkling water, and kola nut extract. It comes in classy 10oz glass bottles, and is currently on a very exclusive Costco run in New York, Maryland, and Virginia. (They have vague plans to expand distribution in the future.) Caleb's Kola is clearly geared towards millennials -- the official site is plastered with hashtags, with a focus on convincing the kids they're "authentic". We suppose that means Caleb was a horrible speller, but if you can look past his faults, find his stuff via this location page.
Kristin Hunt is a Food/Drink staff writer for Thrillist, and only supports spelling "cola" with a "k" in Clash songs. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.