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Just when that whole YouTube trend of sampling foods from different cultures was losing its sparkle to me, Digitalsoju TV had to go ahead and introduce Korean girls to Jarritos.

I've been wanting to write a card about Jarritos for a while now, as it's one of those Mexican sodas that are an essential part of the culture of Mexican cuisine. Sure, you can talk about Baja California seafood or the delicious carnes of central Mexico's ranching region, but what would that deliciousness be without a cold, fizzy Jarritos on the side?

If you don't know Jarritos, it's an incredibly popular Mexican soda brand that's made with cane sugar and comes in a variety of flavors, including strawberry, guava, pineapple, and tamarind.

In this video, the girls end up sampling the pineapple, grapefruit, mango, and guava flavors, but how does Jarritos translate in the Land of the Morning Calm? Let's look!

Like any good soda, the first thing they notice is it's full of sugar.

And then they all realize they're obsessed with the guava one.

My favorite was the homegirl going too hard on the grapefruit.

This one had her ranking all figured out. Does it match yours?

Overall, these girls all agreed that Jarritos was delicious - and would be even more delicious mixed with a little vodka!

You can check out their FULL commentary - plus their opinion on Squirt! - in the embedded video above.

And then let me know: What's YOUR favorite Mexican soda flavor? And if you haven't tried Jarritos before, which flavor would YOU want to try?

@FelipeZambrano I'll drink the manzanita and the pi帽a maybe the orange but sangria I'll drink hands down first
@LindaGuandique Bahahahaha, that's a hard word to read!
馃槀馃槀馃槀 squat!!! you can tell they like working out
*laughs in spanish* 馃槀 but did yall see her face when he said Dr.Pepper has 23 different flavors 馃槀 I cried a little when she said it's hard to find those types of flavors in korea...but how?but why? lol
This was super fun to watch! hahaha
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