Kool-Aid

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Kool-Aid

 (ko͞ol′ād′)
A trademark for a powder, syrup, or concentrate that the consumer mixes with water to make a sweet, flavored beverage, or for the premixed beverage.
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While at Kraft, she managed packaged food brands, including Maxwell House Coffee, Gevalia Kaffe, Kool Aid, Crystal Light, Post cereals, Jell-O desserts, and Altoids.
Inside the Cult of Kibu and Other Tales of the Millennial Gold Rush, by Lori Gottlieb and Jesse Jacobs, aims to tell the story of those years in the words of the people who were out there in the trenches, drinking the Kool Aid by the vat.
A recent fad in the Midwest has teens dying their hair outrageous colors using Kool Aid.
In the kitchen we get watery Kool Aid, grape, which is the worst flavor of all, especially if you mix it with something stupid like lime which gives you mud which is what this looks like, and on top of that mistake, not enough sugar, and I guess they ran out of ice just before we came so it's warm as tap water.
Earning money by delivering newspapers, hunting rabbits, mowing grass, and selling Kool Aid, I bought airplane kits for a quarter, then ran the two miles back from town to start building.