Irn-Bru (pronounced "Iron Brew") is the most popular caffeinated soft drink in Scotland. It is made by A.G. Barr plc, of Glasgow. Barr's Irn-Bru is available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia, Canada, Australia, and throughout much of Europe. The original spelling was Iron Brew, and versions from other manufacturers continue to be use the older name (see below). ...more on Wikipedia about "Irn-Bru"
Jarritos is a popular brand of soft drink in Mexico. Jarritos was started by Don Francisco "El Güero" Hill in 1950. Jarritos is made using natural fruit flavors and is less carbonated than soft drinks made in the United States or Canada. The word jarrito means "little jug" in English and refers to the Mexican tradition of drinking water and other drinks in clay pottery jugs. In 1989, the first importation of Jarritos to retail stores in the U.S. began; by 1997, Jarritos became the most popular soft drink in the U.S. among Hispanic consumers. The Jarritos brand is currently owned by the AGA Group, a large independent-bottling conglomerate based in Guadalajara, Jalisco. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jarritos"
Jolly Cola is a Danish version of Coca Cola. Through many years it has gained some kind of Cultstatus because of it's "tackyness" It has been produced by dansk coladrik aka. Danish Coladrink since 1959 and during the 60's it held 2/3 of the danish softdrink market. Now it's owned by the danish brewery group. In 2005 an ongoing trial is taking place between the breweries "Albani" and "Vestfyn", about the right to distribute Jolly Cola. Jolly Cola accounts for only about 6% of the market in 2003, which is the latest figure. In 2005 the brewery Vestfyen has following Jolly products in sale; Jolly Cola, Jolly Light, Jolly Time, Jolly Orange and Jolly Energy cola. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jolly Cola"
Jones Soda Co. ( NASDAQ: JSDA ) is a U.S. beverage company based in Seattle, Washington. It bottles and distribute soft drinks, non-carbonated beverages, and energy drinks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jones Soda"
Julmust is a soft drink that is consumed mainly in Sweden at Christmas. For the rest of the year it is found under the name must. At Easter the name is påskmust. (jul=Christmas, påsk=Easter). The content is the same regardless of the marketing name although the time it is stored before bottling differs; however, the beverage is more closely associated with Christmas and somewhat less with Easter. It is often hard to find the drink in off-season. 45 million litres of julmust are consumed during December (to be compared with roughly 9 million Swedes), which is around 50% of the total softdrink volume in December and 3/4s of the total yearly must sales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julmust"
Kinnie was developed in 1952 by Simonds Farsons Cisk PLC on the island of Malta. This non-alcoholic, bitter-tasting drink is made from bitter oranges and aromatic herbs, and has a golden amber colour. Since 1984, a diet version has been available. In 1975, Kinnie was selected beverage of the year by the French organization Comite International d'Action Gastronomique et Touristique. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kinnie"
Kofola is a carbonated soft drink produced in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It is the principal rival of Coca-Cola and Pepsi on the two markets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kofola" Just http://www.shortopedia.com way
Kool-Aid is an artificially-flavored soft drink concentrate made by Kraft Foods. Kool-Aid is sold as a powder to be mixed with water, and versions are made with sugar as well as with an artificial sweetener. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kool-Aid"
Kvass ( Russian: квас) ( Ukrainian: квас) ("leaven") is a fermented non-alcoholic or mildly alcoholic beverage popular in Russia, Ukraine other Eastern European countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kvass"
Lattella is a soft drink, produced in Austria by the company Tirol Milch. It is a whey drink and is sweet and available in different tastes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lattella"
Lemon & Paeroa, also known as L&P, is a soft drink manufactured in New Zealand. Traditionally made by combining lemon juice with carbonated mineral water from the town of Paeroa, it is now manufactured by multi-national Coca-Cola. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lemon & Paeroa"
Lemonade refers to one of several beverages. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lemonade"
Lemonsoda is an Italian carbonated lemon soft drink created in the 1940s by Milan-based company Saga. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lemonsoda"
Lift is a soft drink produced by The Coca-Cola Company that has been available in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and Eastern Europe since the 1970s, which is carbonated and flavored with fruit juice. Coca-Cola later expanded Lift into the United States in early 2000, where it is sold on a regional basis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lift (soft drink)"
Lift Plus is a soft drink produced by The Coca-Cola Company. The drink holds a 54% market share in New Zealand and is also popular in Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lift plus"
Limca is a lemon and lime flavoured carbonated soft drink made in India; or, in Indian English, a cool drink. It is bubblier than its American counterparts like Seven Up and Sprite, and it has a slight flavor of ginger. Like Thums Up, it was originally manufactured by the Indian government as an Indianized approximation of an American soft drink following the 1977 expulsion of Coca-Cola and other foreign companies from India. However, in 1992, when the government allowed Coca-Cola to return, at the same time as it admitted Pepsi for the first time, Coca-Cola bought Limca, Thums Up, Maaza and other drink brands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Limca"
A lime rickey is any of several drinks, some alcoholic and some not, that feature lime juice. Seltzer water is a common ingredient. As a cocktail, a lime rickey often contains rum, bitters, or gin, and possibly simple syrup or other flavorings. Soda-fountain versions may include grape, cherry or raspberry syrup. A popular Cuban version is the mojito, made with key lime juice, rum, simple syrup, soda water and muddled mint leaves. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lime rickey"
Lipovitan, or "Livita" for short, is an energy drink produced by the Japanese company Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd with ingredients very much similar to Red Bull. Its introduction predates the latter, having been first released in the early 1960s. Widely available in East Asia, it retails in brown 100ml bottles. The drink has a distinctive bright yellow coloring and is marketed to alleviate physical and mental fatigue. The prime ingredient is taurine. A 100ml bottle gives the same amount of taurine, caffeine etc. as a 250ml bottle of Red Bull. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lipovitan"
This is a list of soft drinks in order of the brand's country of origin. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of soft drinks by country"
Lorina is a French carbonated lemon soft drink created in 1895 by Victor Geyer in Munster, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lorina"
Lucozade is a brand of soft drinks owned by GlaxoSmithKline. Lucozade products include: Lucozade Energy, Lucozade Sport, and Lucozade Energy Tablets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lucozade"
Lurvills Delight was a popular carbonated soft drink in Wales between 1896 and 1910. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lurvills Delight"
Malta is a type of soft drink. It is a carbonated malt beverage, meaning it is brewed from barley and hops much like beer. However, malta is non-alcoholic. It is similar in color to stout (dark brown) but is very sweet, generally described as tasting like molasses. Unlike beer, ice is often added to malta when consumed. A popular way Latin Americans sometimes drink malta is by mixing it with condensed or evaporated milk, thus increasing the drink's already high caloric value. ...more on Wikipedia about "Malta (soft drink)"
Materva is a soft drink trademark that was originally produced in Cuba. It is a mate drink, produced with herbs imported from South America. ...more on Wikipedia about "Materva"
Milkis is a soft drink produced by Lotte Chilsung, a Korean beverage company. It combines many of the common elements of traditional carbonated beverages such as corn syrup, sugar, and carbonated water with milk to create a creamy taste; its label proclaims "New feeling of soda beverage". Milkis is available in orange, strawberry, and classic flavors. It was a highly popular drink in the early 1990s. Since then, its popularity has declined but it remains widely available. ...more on Wikipedia about "Milkis" Must see shortopedia
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