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For over 70 years, the phosphate soda ruled the soda fountain, and then in the late 1950s the phosphate disappeared. More than 50 years later, acid phosphate—the ingredient that made the phosphate unique—has returned. The tongue-tingling sensation and dry, tart flavor are what make acid phosphate distinct from other soda acids, like citric acid. Acid phosphate can be used in cocktails to enhance the sour character. Many cocktails use lemon or lime juice to balance sweetness, and that citrus juice has a distinct fruity character. Using acid phosphate is a great way to change the character of a drink, enhancing a cocktail's sour notes without the citrusy tang of lemon or lime juice. (1 fl oz)