Some Of Montana’s Favorites, In No Particular Order. Enjoy!
We all have our favorite things, whether its cars, hair styles, foods, dating preference, or whatever else. But what about the state as a whole? Do you agree with your states "favorite" things? Let's take a peek at some of Montana's favorites.
Let's start with "Montana's favorite drink". According to Stacker.com, Montanans love a good Whiskey Ditch.
To be honest, I bartended for a few years and had never heard of this. That is most likely because it is more commonly called or ordered as a "whiskey water". Which yes, now that I know what it is, I would have to agree it is a very popular drink. A Montana "favorite", though? That, I'm not so sure about.
With Montana's favorite drink behind us, we move to "Montana's favorite snack." It's hard to just list just one, but it seems as though beef jerky is a top favorite, at least in Great Falls.
I would have to agree though! There are so many different kinds, from deer, to elk, to bison. You will surely be able to grab some at any of your stops along the way in Montana. Ps. I love the kind that has a hint of huckleberry, adds a little sweet to the spicy.
This one was a bit obvious, so I am curious if you agree. What is Montana's favorite "tourist" attraction? Duh. Yellowstone National Park. With the recent floods, and only one entrance to the park currently open (as of 6/22), tourists may end up stumbling across some of Montana's other beautiful attractions. YNP will have some competition this year.
What vehicle will you most likely see on the roads of Montana? The Ford-F Series. A recent article came out showing that Montanans prefer the Ford truck over any other. I will admit, they are pretty darn nice. You can get all the details about how much Montanans love Ford Trucks right here.
One last addition to the Montana's Favorites Edition. Soda. What do Montanans prefer when it comes to a fizzy cold soda-pop? If you guessed Pepsi, you are absolutely right! We actually worked alongside Harrington Pepsi for "Operation: H2Go," a fundraiser to gather bottled water for flood victims.
As far a list of "Montana's favorite foods", check out this article that goes through the top foods that make you more "Montanan," so to say.
cc: Stacker.com, Great Falls Tribune, World Population Review, Eatthis.com