Thursday, June 14, 2012

Pokagon Pop

Pokagon by William 74
Pokagon, a photo by William 74 on Flickr.
An old, and kind of rare, Pokagon Pop bottle I found at the flea market. Bottled in Angola, Indiana, Pokagon was a regional favorite for many years, and came in all sorts of flavors. Named after the Potawatomi chief who befriended area settlers, Pokagon was bottled between 1925-ish and the 1970's. I don't think I ever had any-we seldom traveled to northwest Indiana and I may have not been born when it went out of production. I'm told it was very good, though.

I shoulda bought this bottle, too.

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