What Union, Maine “nerve food” was the best-selling soft drink in the U.S. until World War II?
Moxie is the correct answer for the radio trivia.
Moxie for CISNFM
The early version of Moxie was a spoon fed elixir that could supposedly cure a wide range of ills ranging from dementia to impotence.
Moxie has been modified several times since then. In 1884 Moxie was reformulated, repackaged and re-introduced to America as a carbonated soft drink. Sales soared, and according to "Maine Farmhouse Journal" Moxie was America's most popular soft drink right up to the early 1920's.