Each year during autumn and winter Canada Dry issues a cranberry version of their ginger ale for the holiday season and the ensuing cold months.
I'll usually buy a bottle each year for novelty, but I'm not sure it's worth much more than that.
The aroma seems unchanged. On the sip, you can tell the stuff is more sour than the original. It actually then begins to give you a fairly accurate flavor of cranberries, subtle as it is, but then spicy ginger soon takes over the delicate fruit.
This product's redeeming qualities are that it looks gorgeous in the glass at your holiday dinner table, and it goes quite well with a bit of gin.
Canada Dry Cranberry Ginger Ale: - Good
Original Canada Dry Ginger Ale(for comparison): - Good