Not with Fresca, but with Ting -- Jamaican brand that sells little bottles of soda that really tastes like grapefruit and sugar. I bought the regular flavor of Ting at the Golden Krust Bakery in Catonsville. I finally tried the pink grapefruit flavor when I was trolling at Super Grand in Laurel. I'd swear that it tastes like I remember pink grapefruits -- a little sweeter, a little less acidic.
Pink Ting mixed with vodka? That seemed nice for a warm evening. Wikipedia says that Ting with citrus vodka is called a "Ving." It also says that people mix with lime rum for a "Ting 'n Sting." Those should be inspiration enough for you to troll at Golden Krust where you could get beef patties (although the patties don't get the best reviews) or at the Super Grand where you can get almost anything.
Super Grand stands out among the Asian markets for its broad selection. H Mart in Catonsville still excels for fish and produce, but Super Grand has way more non-Asian items. That means regular American brands plus products from Mexico, India, Jamaica and West Africa. Ting sits in an aisle where you can get Ghanaian staples that I'm still figuring out. I also notice that Super Grand's workforce lacks the hard distinctions that you see at other stores -- only Latino guys working produce, only Asian women on the cash registers, only Asian men in management. People mix more at Super Grand, and they have been keyed to customer service. Whereas Lotte's produce workers range from nervous (the Mexican kids) to brusque (the Korean managers), I have had a Latino Super Grand employee walk me across the store to explain in English where I could find Japanese noodles. That global shopping, and it's a welcoming, friendly vibe.