My first Sultan Center Haulage of the year! This was about 3 or 4 days before Valentine’s Day so I kinda’ went crazy over the Limited Edition stuff and also… I was hangry (which is appropriate, since I’m posting this during Ramadan, the time when people default to hangry)! Like I said in my previous Spotted at Sultan Center post (here), I hit up three different locations on my hunt for Herbal Tea. Even when I’d succeeded in averting my eyes and avoiding certain items at the first branch, by the time I hit up the final branch, my will power was non-existent (all tapped out) lol
I came across this cutie at Sultan Center (Salmiya) and couldn’t resist picking it up. I didn’t even know that Tang made these in this mini-size (48ml/1.62 fl oz) which is ridiculously cuuute!
For reference, here’s what it looks like next to my current phone.
This is another old-y but a good-y, and could always be found in our pantry (powder form, never liquid). I think there might be other flavors (powder form) but we just stuck with Orange. Personally, I used to really like Tang as a kid but I feel like it tastes funky now so I’m not as into it anymore. I only purchased this tiny thing of Tang because it looked so dang cute!
The guy who created Tang (chemist and occasional playwright William A. Mitchell) also created a bunch of other fun edible items including Pop Rocks, and Cool Whip, as well as a form of instant Jell-O. When it first came out Tang wasn’t as popular but when NASA selected Tang to be on the menu (1962) during Astronaut John Glenn’s Mercury flight and again during the Gemini program, a lot of people thought Tang was invented for NASA Space Programs (which is a common misconception) and so the powdered drink quickly gained popularity for that reason.