Sidral Mundet: Mexican Apple Soda

Sidral Mundet: Mexican Apple Soda

Sidral mundetI was recently sent two bottles of Sidral Mundet, an apple-flavored, authentic Mexican soft drink made with 100% real sugar. I received a bottle of each flavor – Original and Manzana Verde (Green Apple). We prefer Mexican soda around here because it contains real sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup. We were excited to try out the soda because we love apple soda, but have never had the green apple variety. What made it even more exciting for us was the fact that we were pitting one soda against the other to see which one we liked best.


Green apple sodaWe started with the original flavor and liked it very much. It tasted better than the syrupy apple soda we are used to drinking out of the fountain at our local taco shop.  However, my children were super excited to try out the green apple flavored soda so we moved on to the second bottle.  We all agreed that the green apple soda was much better than the original flavor. It was crisp and clean tasting with just the right amount of sweetness and tartness. The only negative element would be the fact that the green apple soda contains dye.

Sidral Mundet just finished up a contest on its Facebook page and fans over there voted the original flavor as the best of the two. Both sodas are great and I am glad to have tried them.  I had never heard of this brand before but they were started back on the early 1900s. If you visit the company’s Facebook page you can locate a retailer near you and also play Where’s Mundet and possibly win sodas, iPods, gift cards, and more everyday. Head over and give it a try.


Here are the children with their favorite flavor. They wished we had received a case instead of just two bottles. I guess I need to head over to the Facebook page and find out where Sidral Mundet is sold in my town.

Disclaimer:  Sidral Mundet provided me with the items reviewed above in exchange for my honest review.


Does your family like apple soda?  Have you tried Sidral Mundet?  Which flavor would you like to try?  Feel free to leave a comment.  Share and let’s talk about it.



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  1. I’d love to try the green apple! I once had an orange Mexican soda and it was very good. I don’t remember what brand though.

    • Try Jarritos! They are the same company as Sidal Mundet! They have all kinds of flavors, all are made with real cane sugar.

  2. I’ve never tried apple soda but then I am addicted to diet pepsi. Maybe if they could make a diet apple soda… 🙂

  3. I would LOVE the green apple. YUM!


  4. I have never had mexican soda. Sounds good!

  5. Giselle Ramirez says

    OMG I used to have that soda all the time when we went to local restaurants and especially when we went down to mexico. We just call them “Sidral” or “Manzanita” (even thought it’s another mexican apple soda, but still equivalent)aaahhh good memories. Those sodas are kind of hard to buy in stores today, you can only find them in restaurants.

  6. promark420 says

    Sidral is nostalgic to me. I used to drink that, hot chocolate or lime tea when I was a kid visiting my grandpartents in Mexico because those were the only safe (i.e. pasteurized) drinks available. I was a much bigger fan of Aga than Mundet, but that’s just personal preference. I haven’t had any Sidral in a long time, though my mom tells me it’s easier to find in American Walmarts than in corner stores of Morelia.

    Darcy, you might have had a Mirinda or possibly Fanta.

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