The next time you find yourself thirsting, pop open an ice-cold Blenheim Ginger Ale, available in several states throughout the U.S. Coming from a long history and keeping its old-fashioned recipe, the delicious beverage has survived three generations — from the 1800s with the drink’s creators Dr. C.R. May and A.J. Matheson, to the current owners the Schafer family. You can order the ginger ale online, or better yet, grab one from The Glass Onion in Charleston, South Carolina. Whichever way you get one in your hand, the payoff is priceless.

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Are you thirsty yet? If you aren’t local to Charleston, do some online searching for Blenheim Ginger Ale which was invented right here in South Carolina. For more inventions from The Palmetto State, here is a list of 15. From the submarine to the cotton chopper, South Carolina boasts some supreme contributions to mankind.

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