The Japanese marble soda is a favorite among Japanese.
The beverage is also made in several other Asian countries.
A simple syrup is poured over ice, with water added to balance the flavors.
It is also known as black marble, and is popular in Japan.
This is the kind of flavor that can make a person smile, as it is sweet, fruity, and salty.
There are many variations of the soda, ranging from black and white marble, white and pink marble, black and pink granite, and black marble soda.
A typical Japanese marble can weigh from about 100 grams to 300 grams, depending on how the sugar is poured and how much water is added.
When a Japanese marble is stirred into a water bath, it turns to a dark red color.
Another Japanese marble, called black marble marble, is made from black marble and black granite.
The flavor can be similar to that of black marble.
Japanese marble soda has also been used for many other drinks, including tea, coffee, and lemonade.
If you like black marble sodas, try some of these other delicious Japanese flavors: Lemonade (tokyo) Creamy Black Cherry Soda (hongkong) Pineapple and Ginger Soda (china) Strawberry Lemonade (yamaguchi) Mushroom and Lime Soda (york) Blueberry and Strawberry Soda (kobe) Blackberry Lime Soda and Blackberry Soda (miami)