Acassan AK-100 Corn Flour Milk Drink

7.7 Overall Score
Consistency: 9/10
Taste: 9/10
Value: 5/10

Awesome taste, I can always drink plenty of this beverage.

Higher priced than most drinks in the soft drink aisle.


While shopping for a few groceries the other night I came across this drink in the soda aisle. It sounded interesting enough, the first thing I thought about is that it would be like the Haitian version of Mexican Horchata, but it’s not, although it is just as awesome of a refreshing drink.

At first taste I thought I was drinking condensed milk and water, doesn’t sound so great, but as soon as I got the full flavor and effect of the AK-100 it was deliciously amazing! Ak-100 sounds like the name of a weapon in a video game, and this drink really packs a punch of sweet corn flavor with a hint of cinnamon and citrus.

Amongst the ingredients are anise, brown sugar, sweet corn flower, evaporated milk, lime, salt and vanilla. All of these come together to bring you a wallop of mixed Caribbean savor that will overload your taste buds with some awesome piquancy.

I picked up a four pack, which came out to around six dollars after tax, at around $1.50 per can, but well worth it. If you pick up a pack, just don’t drink them all at once, trust me, you’ll want too, but you’re gonna want to save some for later. Seriously.




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Scott grew up in Miami, Florida interviewing punk, metal and hardcore bands, reading comic books, playing with Star Wars action figures, Shogun Warriors, and MEGO dolls. Scott's work has appeared in Flipside Magazine, Scrape Magazine, Zaphod Fanzine, El 'Zine De Eugene, Rational Enquirer, Maximum Rock and Roll, Rated Rookie Magazine, POPSmear Magazine, Crying Clown Fanzine, Slug & Lettuce, ThoraZine, Fact Sheet 5, 'Zine Guide, O/Z Magazine, Asian Trash Cinema, Asian Cult Cinema, Euro-Trash Cinema and more. He has two culinary degrees and attended art school for a Visual Arts degree with a minor in Music Journalism. Scott was the owner of Action Games & Comics in Clermont Florida from January 1999 til it's demise in December 2011. Scott can sometimes be seen flying across Florida at supersonic speeds, you just need a good eye to catch him.. :-)

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