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My Favorite Way to Drink Shonen - Part 1
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My Favorite Way to Drink Shonen - Part 1

I want to introduce my favorite way to drink Shonen Soda. I think the best method to enjoy Shonen is to make a Shonen slushy. Personally, I think it tastes better than the slushies you get at 711. I’ll introduce you to a simple trick and it’s really easy to make, but a little time consuming.

Step 1: Pick any Shonen flavor

Step 2: Shake the Shonen can violently for 10-15 seconds

Step 3: Place Shonen in the freezer for 3 hours

Step 4: Take Shonen out from the freezer and crack the can over sink (it may create splashes)

Step 5: Use a can opener to remove the lid off

Step 6: You can either pour the slushy in the cup or enjoy it directly from the can

Step 7: Try it with a spoon!

Also posted the "How To Make a Slushy" Video on TikTok so please check it out! => https://www.tiktok.com/@shonensoda/video/7198696294108433706

Let us know what you think!

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