Food of the Eighties, BIG SHOT
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It was chocolate milk flavoring in pressurized can. There was a picture of a soda jerk on the can. The can would be turned upside down, the top of the can pressed against the top of the glass. Pressing down on the can released a high pressure stream of chocolate syrup into the milk. The high pressure made it unnecessary to stir the milk.
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Carl - November 22, 2009 - Report this comment
This stuff is actually from the 60's- my brother and i cajoled our Mom to get some and i misread the directions- "Fill Glass to 1" from top" was the first line- at 6 years old i neglected to continus reading the directions and filled the glass with Big Shot- the next line said "with Milk"....Needless to say my brother was a little upset when all the Big Shot was gone
Lisa - November 19, 2010 - Report this comment
This is definitely from the 60s. No one I know has ever heard of it! I barely remember it myself. I have one memory of my uncle making me chocolate milk with it, the only time I ever remember seeing it - probably because I was so young. I'm 49 now, so this was definitely early to mid 60s.

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