List of soft drinks by country

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This is a list of soft drinks in order of the brand's country of origin. A soft drink is a beverage that typically contains water (often, but not always, carbonated water), usually a sweetener and usually a flavoring agent. The sweetener may be sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, fruit juice, sugar substitutes (in the case of diet drinks) or some combination of these. Soft drinks may also contain caffeine, colorings, preservatives and other ingredients.

Note: soft drinks that are sold in more than one country are listed in this article only under their country of origin.

Algeria[edit]

An 1889 Hamoud Boualem advertisement

Argentina[edit]

  • Apla
  • Bidu Cola
  • Chañi
  • Chinchibirra
  • Cunnington
  • Doble Cola
  • Goliat
  • Neuss
  • Pastore
  • Pindy
  • Pritty
  • Rocket Fuel – energy drink
  • Rad-60 – energy drink
  • Blue Demon – energy drink
  • Red Bull – energy drink
  • Speed Unlimited – energy drink
  • Secco – soft drink
  • Ser
  • Spring Up
  • Torasso
  • Tradicional de Secco Secco
  • Tubito
  • Villa del Sur Levité

Australia[edit]

  • Back o' Bourke Cordials – Range of popular drinks including Splashe Cola sold throughout north-west NSW.
  • BCX Royal Standard A brand that was heavily marketed – at least in central Victoria in the 1960s and 1970s
  • Bickford's – full line of juices, sodas, teas, and bottled water[4]
  • Bundaberg – family owned producer of Bundaberg Ginger Beer
  • Cascade – Cascade Ginger Beer, sparkling apple juice and sparkling blackcurrant
  • Cohns Another brand popular in central Victoria in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Cottee's – brand of cordial drinks, owned by previously Cadbury-Schweppes, now Schweppes Australia
  • Count Cola – now discontinued brand of soda
  • Crows Nest Soft Drinks – Crows Nest, just north of Toowoomba,[5] one of the oldest in Australia, est. 1903
  • Golden Circle – brand of carbonated beverages
  • Kirks – line of sodas marketed by Coca-Cola Amatil
  • Gest – line of sodas purchased by Coca-Cola Amatil and merged with Kirks
  • LA Ice Cola – cola available in four varieties
  • Leed – carbonated lemonade
  • Lido
  • McSars
  • McMahons soft drinks – popular family run soft drink company in Ipswich West St Qld from 1934 to the late 80s, founded by Frank McMahon
  • Orfords, popular Toowoomba softdrink maker 1923–1989 – diversified into refrigerated merchandising cabinets and ceased softdrink production
  • Passiona – passionfruit-flavoured soft drink available previously from Cadbury-Schweppes, now Schweppes Australia
  • PipeLime
  • Port Of Echuca
  • Pub Squash
  • Solo – lemon-flavoured drink, owned by Schweppes Australia.
  • Schweppes – a range of mineral water/fruit juice drinks developed in Australia, with flavours that include orange-mango, and lemon, lime and orange.
  • Tarax A mainly Victorian brand that had a big presence before being merged with Schweppes. Still available as a bottom end supermarket brand.
  • Woodroofe 'Big Sars' – Sarsparilla, Sno Top, Lemonade, Portello and a range of fruit flavours.

Austria[edit]

A bottle of Frucade (2005)

Bahamas[edit]

Barbados[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

Akij Group[10]

Pran Foods Ltd.[11]

Globe Soft Drinks[12]

Al-Amin Beverages[13]

Others

Belgium[edit]

Bermuda[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

Brazil[edit]

  • CINI
  • Convenção
  • Dolly – soft drink
  • Esportivo
  • Goianinho Guaraná
  • Guaraná Amazônia
  • Guaraná Antarctica – extremely popular guarana-flavoured soft drink, created in 1921
  • Guaraná Jesus – guarana-flavoured soft drink, has a pink color and cinnamon aroma
  • Guaraná Kuat
  • Guaraná Pureza – guarana-flavoured soft drink from Leonardo Sell's company
  • Guaraná Taí
  • Mineirinho (soft drink)
  • Primo Schincariol – line of sodas in seven flavours from Primo Schincariol
  • Fruthos – brand of fruit juices in cartons from Primo Schincariol
  • Guaraná Schin – guarana-flavoured soft drink from Primo Schincariol
  • Itubaína – tutti-frutti soft drink from Primo Schincariol
  • Skinka – energy drink from Primo Schincariol
  • Sao Geraldo – caju flavoured soft drink, in Juazeiro do Norte, Ceara
  • Soda Antarctica
  • Sukita
  • Teem
  • Tubaína

Bulgaria[edit]

Canada[edit]

Spruce beer sellers in Jamaica, circa 1861

Chile[edit]


China[edit]

A can of Future Cola (2006)

Colombia[edit]

Postobón soft drinks

Costa Rica[edit]

Cuba[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

Ecuador[edit]

El Salvador[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Finland[edit]

  • Battery – energy drink marketed by Sinebrychoff
  • Bratz Vadelma – raspberry flavoured Bratz-brand drink by Olvi
  • Fenix – health drink brand by Hartwall
  • Hyvää Päivää – health drink brand by Sinebrychoff
  • Jaffa – soft drink brand sold by Hartwall since the 1940s
  • La Rita – orange lemonade by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Lemona – lemonade by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Messina – blood orange lemonade by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Muumi – strawberry lemonade by Sinebrychoff
  • Olvi – produces Olvi Ananas (pineapple lemonade), Olvi Cola, Olvi Greippi (grapefruit lemonade), Olvi Hedelmä (mixed fruit lemonade), Olvi Jaffa (orange lemonade) and Olvi Lemon (lemonade), Olvi Omena (apple lemonade)
  • Omenalimonadi – apple lemonade by Hartwall
  • Omenapore – remake of one of the two oldest Finnish lemonades by Nokian Panimo
  • Pirkka-cola – Kesko strore brand cola
  • Puolukkapore – lingonberry lemonade by Nokian Panimo
  • Päärynälimonadi – pear lemonade by Hartwall
  • Pommac – oak barrel maturated lemonade, first made in 1914, now by Hartwall
  • Rainbow-cola – S Group store brand cola
  • Rio Cola – cola by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Rio Rita – raspberry lemonade by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Sittis – remake of one of the two oldest Finnish lemonades by Nokian Panimo
  • SitruunaSooda – remake of one of the two oldest Finnish lemonades by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas
  • Smurffi – pear flavoured The Smurfs-brand lemonade
  • Turtles Päärynä – pear flavoured Turtles-brand lemonade
  • Vadelmalimonadi – raspberry lemonade by Hartwall

France[edit]

  • Auvergnat cola – regional cola introduced in 2009
  • Badoit – French brand of mineral water
  • Breizh Cola – regionally available cola
  • Cristaline – French brand of source water
  • Corsica Cola – regional cola introduced in 2003
  • El Ché-Cola – natural cola brand, producer donates half its profits
  • Gini – lemon soft drink distributed by Cadbury Schweppes
  • Joker – brand of juices available in many varieties
  • Liptonic – tea carbonated soft drink
  • Lorina – fruity, carbonated soft drink available in six flavours
  • Mecca-Cola – Muslim-directed cola produced by the Mecca Cola World Company
  • Oasis – drink – fruity multi flavor juices
  • Orangina – orange flavoured fizzy drink
  • Perrier – naturally-carbonated mineral water bottled in distinctive green bottles by the Nestlé Corporation
  • Pschitt – lemon and orange soda available from the Neptune Group
  • Ricqlès – mint-flavoured soft drink
  • Tropico – fruity multi flavor juices. Famous quote : "Quand c'est trop, c'est Tropico!"

Germany[edit]

  • 28 BLACK – Natural Energy Drink[20]
  • Afri-Cola – cola with a high caffeine – 25 mg/100ml level
  • Apfelschorle – carbonated mineral water and apple juice
  • Bionade – lemonade-like non-alcoholic soft drink
  • Bluna – an orange soft drink
  • Brottrunk – traditional healthy beverage made from bread, much like kvass[21]
  • Capri-Sonne – many flavours of juice sold in silver pouches
  • Club Cola – introduced in 1967 in East Germany
  • Club Mate – Mate Tea Soda
  • Deit – lemonade
  • Effect – energy drink
  • Fanta – line of fruit-flavoured drinks, available around the world
  • Fassbrause – spiced fruit-flavour soft drink
  • Fritz-Kola
  • Gerolsteiner – a naturally–carbonated mineral water
  • Hermann-Kola – brand of cola with a high level of caffeine
  • K-Fee – coffee and energy drinks
  • Karamalz – caramel or lemon-flavoured soft drink[22]
  • Libella
  • Mezzo Mix – orange-flavoured cola from Coca-Cola
  • Premium-Cola – line of sodas made in protest of changes to Afri-Cola
  • Red Thunder – carbonated energy drink from Aldi
  • Rhino's Energy – energy drink
  • Schwip Schwap a half-orange lemonade/half-cola drink by Pepsi – like Spezi
  • Sprite – Coca-Cola Company
  • Sinalco – lemonade
  • Spezi the original half-orange lemonade/half-cola drink by Brewery Riegele

Gibraltar[edit]

Haiti[edit]

  • Aquafine Blue Naturelle – spring water purified by reverse osmosis and ozonized by Tropic SA
  • Big Shake – protein shake in Vanilla, Strawberry and Chocolate by Tropic SA
  • Cola Couronne – fruit champagne by the Brasserie de la Couronne
  • Cola Lacaye – available fruit champagne, banana, and fruit by the Brooklyn Bottling Group
  • Crystal Sources – ozonized pure mineral water by BRANA
  • Fiesta – soda available in citrus, grape and cola champagne by Tropic SA
  • King Cola – available in banana, strawberry, grape, and cola champagne by BRANA
  • Limonade – cola, also available in citrus flavor by the Brasserie de la Couronne
  • Malta H – malt by BRANA
  • Megawatt – energy drink by Tropic SA
  • Ragaman – energy drink by Tropic SA
  • Robusto – malt by Tropic SA
  • Tampico – juice by Tropic SA
  • Tampico Soda – by Tropic SA
  • TORO – energy drink by BRANA
  • Tropic – juice by Tropic SA

Hungary[edit]

  • Alföld – Produced in Szeged, regional small company
  • Almuska –
  • Balatonboglári –
  • Bambi – The oldest Hungarian brand, started in 1947. Today produced as a speciality for a and still produced and available in [clarification needed]
  • Bomba – energy drink
  • Büki –
  • CBA Cola – cola drink of the CBA supermarket chain
  • Coop Cola – cola drink of the Coop food retail chain
  • Deit –
  • Et-Üd –
  • Extra –
  • Gyöngy
  • Győr-Sopron Megyei Szíkvíz-, Üditőitalgyártó –
  • Hajdú – Produced in Debrecen, regional small company
  • Hirös –
  • Hüsi –
  • Jaffa
  • Kobra – energy drink
  • Málnagyöngye –
  • Márka – another product of the company that makes Traubisoda – in raspberry, sour cherry, grape and orange flavours
  • Oázis –
  • Olympi Cola –
  • Olympos –
  • Orina – Not produced any more. Favourite of the Spanish-speaking visitors, because of the meaning of Orina in Spanish – urine[citation needed]
  • Pataki –
  • Queen –
  • Quick Cola –
  • Róna – Produced in three cities: Debrecen, Sopron and Csány
  • Rorange –
  • Sió
  • Szivügy – Its an abbreviation for "Szénsavas Italok, Vizek és Üdítők Gyára" that means Factory of carbonated drinks, waters and refreshments. The brand was always promoted with a heart, because Szív means heart. The end of the abbreviation "ügy" means cause or matter. Szívügy = Heart cause. Not produced any more, bottles can only be found as antiques.
  • Sztár – Started in 1971 and produced until the early 199X
  • Traubisoda – one of the most famous Hungarian brands – grape flavour
  • ÜdítŐ – It is not an independent brand. During the time of the Soviet union, lots of independent soft drink producers used the very same bottle with a single writing "ÜdítŐ" that means "refreshment".
  • Utas –
  • Viking – Produced in the western part of Hungary, regional medium-sized company
  • Vitis
  • Zselic – Produced in Kaposvár, regional small company

Iceland[edit]

India[edit]

  • 777 – soft drink – panner, cola, orange, lemon, clear lemon lime, mango
  • Appy Fizz by Parle
  • Agua Blue – natural mineral water by LR Beverages Pvt Lttd
  • Aquavida by Secure Beverages Industries Private Limited
  • Banta – lemon-flavoured soft drink
  • Boss cola
  • Bovonto – grape soda produced by Kali Mark
  • Campa Cola – popular Indian soda introduced in 1977
  • Citra
  • Cloud 9 – energy drink
  • Code Red – energy drink
  • Delhi-Daredevils – energy drink age 18+
  • Duke's Lemonade
  • Duke's Mangola – mango drink from Dukes bought by PepsiCo
  • Frams – local drink from Pune
  • foozy- sugar cane juice
  • Frooti – mango-flavored drink from Parle Argo
  • Fruit Jump – mango Drink from Om Food Products
  • Ganga Sagar – Local drink of Haryana
  • Gold Spot
  • Grappo Fizz
  • Guptas – 8 flavoured soft drinks introduced in 1947
  • h2o – powered carbonated soda
  • Juicila [27] – powdered soft drink concentrate available in orange, mango, lemon, cola, masala, jaljira
  • Kalimark
  • Kickapoo
  • Lava Cold Drink [28]
  • Limca – lemon-lime soda
  • LMN – lemon drink produced by Parle Agro
  • Maaza – mango drink from Parle bought by Coca-Cola
  • Mahaajan Beverages – carbonated Kokum drink
  • Paneer Soda - lemon soda in the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh
  • Rooh Afza – popular juice produced by Hamdard Laboratories
  • Thums Up - from parle argo then bought by coca cola
  • Tzinga – energy drink
  • Xtra Power Energy Drink– Universal Group
  • XXX – energy drink
  • X.ray energy drink

Indonesia[edit]

  • F&N
  • Fruity powder drink – pop drink product by Forisa Nusapersada
  • Green Sands
  • Hemaviton
  • M150
  • Nutrisari
  • Piaw A&W Root Beer
  • Sunkist
  • Teh Botol Sosro

Iran[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Israel[edit]

  • Kristal
  • Prigat – brand of juices available in 16 countries from Gat Foods
  • Rozina's
  • Spring
  • Super Drink
  • Tapuzina
  • Tempo
  • Zip
  • Island

Italy[edit]

A bottle of Italian chinotto

Jamaica[edit]

Japan[edit]

Carbonated[edit]

  • Asahi Soft Drinks
  • Bubble Man – soft drink marketed by the Suntory Group, many varieties
  • C.C. Lemon – marketed by Suntory, third most popular soda in Japan
  • Chanmery – non alcoholic wine substitute [35]
  • Cheerio – brand of soda produced by the Cheerio Corporation, many flavours
  • Hoppy – non-alcoholic beer substitute
  • Kirin Lemon
  • Match – drink – fruity soda
  • Mitsuya Cider – brand of sodas available in six flavours from Asahi Soft Drinks
  • Oronamin C Drink – carbonated health drink produced by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Company
  • Ramune – citrus soda known for its unique bottle

Coffee[edit]

Non-carbonated[edit]

Sports drink[edit]

Kuwait[edit]

Latvia[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

Libya[edit]

Lithuania[edit]

Discontinued Soviet-era drinks – circa 1980-1990
  • Apelsinas – Orange
  • Bachmaro – Bakhmaro
  • Baikalas – Baikal
  • Fiesta – Fest – a lemon flavour tonic water
  • Mandarinas – Tangerine
  • Sajanai – Sayans
  • Svaja – Dream – a carrot flavour original soft drink with sediments
  • Šaltukas – Frostie
  • Varpelis – Bell
  • Vėsa – Coolness – a strong specific flavour apple with mint drink

Madagascar[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Maldives[edit]

Three Choice – formerly known as Don Don, sold in various flavours including cola flavour, apple, grape and cherry

Malta[edit]

Mexico[edit]

  • Ameyal – brand of fruit sodas available in 8 flavours
  • BEAT – citrus-flavoured soda from Coca-Cola
  • Chaparritas – variously flavoured soft drinks in small bottles
  • Ciel – bottled water distributed by Coca-Cola, also available in Angola and Morocco
  • Coyame – sparkling mineral water, certificade from UNAM, born in the mineral springs from Cátemaco, Veracruz
  • Escuis – many varieties of fruit-flavoured soft drinks, founded in 1912
  • Fanta – carbonated soft drinks consisting in 6 flavors – predominantly Mexican drink
  • Jarritos – lightly carbonated brand of soft drinks, available in twelve flavours
  • Joya – brand of fruit sodas available in eight flavours from the Coca-Cola Company
  • Lulu – carbonated soft drinks, available in various flavors
  • Manzana Lift – line of apple-flavoured sodas available in five varieties from Coca-Cola
  • Manzanita Deliciosa – flavoured apple soda, from Toluca México traditional with Mexican food, since 56 years ago
  • Manzanita Sol – apple-flavoured beverages distributed by PepsiCo
  • Pascual Boing – large line of carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks in many flavours
  • Peñafiel – mineral water available in three varieties from Cadbury-Schweppes
  • Sangria Señorial – sangria-flavoured, non-alcoholic beverage
  • Sangria Topochico – sangria
  • Sidral Mundet – apple soft drink
  • Toni Col – vanilla flavoured soft drink
  • Topo chico – mineral water bottled in Monterrey
  • Whopperán – gooseberry flavoured soft drink
  • Yoli – lime flavoured, from the state of Guerrero
  • Zaraza – commercially available as recently as 1986 in Veracruz

Myanmar[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Norway[edit]

  • Aass Julebrus – Red soda sold around Christmas
  • Coca-Cola Julebrus – Red soda sold around Christmas, produced by The Coca-Cola Company
  • Eventyrbrus – carbonated red-coloured drink
  • Farris – mineral water, bottled since 1907
  • Ingefærøl – ginger ale
  • Isklar – pure glacier mineral water, still and sparkling
  • Mozell – apple and grape flavoured soda
  • Øskælœsk – western serviceberry and sandpaper fig flavour sparkling drink
  • Solo – orange flavoured, also other varieties, lemon, guava
  • Tab X-Tra – Sugar free cola drink
  • Urge
  • Urge Intense – Energy drink sold under the Urge brand
  • Villa Champagnebrus – mixed fruits, formerly known as Villa Farris
  • Voss – mineral water, still and carbonated

Oman[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

A bottle of Rooh Afza in India
Sting Energy Drink's Hummer traveling down the streets of Karachi, Pakistan
Sting Energy Drink's Hummer traveling down the streets of Karachi, Pakistan

Papua New Guinea[edit]

Paraguay[edit]

Peru[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Carbonated soft drinks[edit]

  • Cheers – a low-cost citrus flavoured soda from Cosmos
  • Jaz Cola – locally available cola from Coca-Cola[44]
  • Lemo-Lime
  • Pop Cola – distributed by Coca-Cola
  • Royal
  • Mirinda
  • RC Cola
  • Calamansi – ice cold drink made with lime and mint
  • Sarsi – a Sarsaparilla rootbeer originally made by Cosmos Bottling, now part of Coca-Cola
  • Sparkle
  • Squiz – orange and grape-flavoured sodas, from the Zest-O Corporation[45]
  • Teem – low cost citrus flavoured soda popular in the 1970s
  • Twist – lemon-lime soda, from the Zest-O Corporation[46]
  • Virgin Cola

Energy drinks[edit]

Juice drinks[edit]

  • BIG 250 – line of juices available in six flavours, from the Zest-O Corporation[47]
  • Eight O'Clock – powdered juice beverage
  • Fres-C – powdered drink mix available in three flavours[48]
  • Funchum
  • Magnolia Fruit Drinks
  • Mix Frutz – by Innobev, Inc.
  • One Plus – line of iced teas available in nine flavours, from the Zest-O Corporation[49]
  • Orchard Fresh – line of bottled juices available in seven flavours, from the Zest-O Corporation[47]
  • Plus!
  • Ponkana
  • Refresh
  • Sundays – made by snack foods giant Liwayway Marketing Corp.
  • Sunkist – available in tetrahedral packs, Tetra packs, doy packs and powdered juice forms.
  • Sunglo – line of juices and powdered juices available in seven flavours, from the Zest-O Corporation[47]
  • Zest-O – popular line of juices available in twelve flavours, from the Zest-O Corporation[47]

Poland[edit]

Carbonated soft drinks[edit]

  • 3 Cytryny, 3 Pomarańcze, 3 Witaminy... – by ZbyszkoCompany Sp. z o.o.
  • Ariva Ice Tea – by ZbyszkoCompany Sp. z o.o.
  • Cola Original Zero – by Kantpol-Żywiecki Kryształ
  • Freeway Cola Light – by Lidl
  • Frugo
  • Hallo Cola – by Wosana S.A.
  • Hoop Cola – by Hoop Company which also produce Original Cola for Biedronka supermarkets chain and Strong Cola for E.Leclerc hypermarket chain and also Hoop Citrus Ice, Hoop Czarna Porzeczka, Hoop Fruti, Hoop Limonka, Hoop Pomarańcza, Hoop Tonic, Hoop Podpiwek Staropolski, Hoop Kwas Chlebowy.
  • Kubuś – by Maspex Wadowice
  • Lemo – by HOOP Polska
  • Lemoniada – by Hellena
  • Lemoniada – by Tymbark / Maspex Wadowice
  • Matrix energy drink – by ZbyszkoCompany Sp. z o.o.
  • Napoje gazowane: Limonka, Pomarańcza, Cytryna – by Hellena
  • Next – by Tymbark
  • Oranżada – by Hellena
  • Polo-Cockta – by Zbyszko Company Sp. z o.o.
  • Tęczowa Cola – by P.P.H FARPOL
  • Tonik – by Hellena
  • Vega – by Tymbark

Portugal[edit]

  • Atlântida – brand of flavoured water
  • Brisa – brand of soft drinks marketed on Madeira Island
  • Bussaco
  • Compal – wide variety of fruit juices and seltzer water
  • BriSol
  • Frisumo
  • Frutis
  • IKA
  • Kima – brand of soft drinks marketed in the Azores
  • Laranjada – orange soda produced since 1872
  • Snappy
  • SUCOL – less sugar, more freshness
  • Sumol

Puerto Rico[edit]

Romania[edit]

  • Borsec – mineral water bottled by the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]
  • Boza
  • Brifcor – carbonated, orange-flavoured beverage produced by the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]
  • Bucovina – mineral water
  • Burn – international energy drink
  • Cappy – natural fruit juice
  • Carpatina – mineral water
  • Compot
  • Dorna – mineral water
  • Frutti Fresh – line of fruit-flavoured sodas available in six flavours[51]
  • Giusto – line of sodas in nine flavours from the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]
  • Izvorul Alb
  • Natura – line of juices in five flavours from the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]
  • Quick Cola – cola distributed by the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]
  • Socată
  • Stânceni – seltzer mineral water produced by the Romaqua Group S.A.[50]

Russia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Singapore[edit]

Carbonated[edit]

Non-carbonated[edit]

Sports drink[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Africa[edit]

South Korea[edit]

  • Bacchus-F – non-carbonated energy drink by the Dong-A Corporation[54]
  • Cham Doo – cereal drink made from 15 grains produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Chilsung Cider – colorless, lemon-lime soda produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Coco – coconut-flavoured juice bottled by the OKF Corporation[55]
  • Da Jun Moon
  • Dynamic – energy drink produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Ginseng Up – ginseng-infused health drink produced by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Hi-Sec – grape and orange juices with fruit pieces distributed by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Hong Gee Won – juice made from the Yong-Gee mushroom, produced by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Hyeonmi Cha – made from roasted brown rice and sweeteners
  • ILAC – carbonated jelly drink and line of juices produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Mega Vita
  • Millennium McCol – cola made from barley, produced by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Milkis – carbonated milk in five flavors produced by Lotte Chilsung, available internationally[55]
  • Misofiber – apple-flavoured fiber drink produced by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Natural Soda – mineral-rich soft drink produced by Ilhwa Company Ltd.[56]
  • Pine Bud – pine leaf extract beverage produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Richard's Cafe – pre-made coffee available in 6 flavours from the OKF Corporation[55]
  • Sac's – three flavours of fruit juices produced by the OKF Corporation[55]
  • Sikhe – traditional drink made from fermented rice produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Sparkling – flavoured water available in 8 flavours from the OKF Corporation[55]
  • Today's Tea – brand of teas in many flavours distributed by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Vita 500
  • Vita Power – vitamin drink, available in two varieties, produced by Lotte Chilsung[55]
  • Volcano – energy drink produced by the OKF Corporation[55]

Spain[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

  • Baby Brand
  • Coca Cola – Coke
  • EH Cream Soda – The Most Popular
  • EH Apple Soda
  • EH EGB – Ginger Beer
  • EH KIK Cola
  • EH Necto
  • EH Orange Barley
  • Elephant House
  • Fanta
  • My Cola
  • Pepsi
  • Portello – Fruity Soda from Coca-Cola

Sweden[edit]

  • Alla tiders
  • Apotekarnes Cola
  • Borddricka – traditional soft drink, with a taste of portello and julmust
  • Champis – began production under this name in 1918
  • Citronil – traditional soft drink
  • Cuba Cola – brand of cola marketed by Saturnus AB since 1953
  • Dansk Citron – bright yellow lemon-flavoured soft drink
  • Drink 21 – cola mixed with julmust
  • Enbärsdricka – traditional, sweet soft drink
  • Frank's Energy and Sports Drink – energy drink brewed by Kopparbergs
  • Fruktsoda – lemon-lime soda
  • Fun light – sugerfree drink
  • Grappo – grape-fruit soda
  • Green cow – energy drink which is an obvious parody of Red Bull. Created as an advertisement for Hammarby IF
  • Guldus – apple soda
  • Haiwa – pineapple soda
  • Hallonsoda – raspberry soda
  • Jaffa – soft drinks with a taste of orange
  • Julmust – traditional Christmas-season drink
  • Kitty Kola – cola-flavoured soft drink
  • Krusbär – gooseberry soda
  • Loranga – orangeade
  • M.A.C. Black Cola
  • Merry – luxurious lemon/lime drink no longer in stock
  • Nexcite – an energy drink meant to promote the female libido, from Nexcite AB
  • Pommac – secret recipe including 25 varieties of fruit, oak barrel maturated, one of Sweden's oldest sparkling soft drinks
  • Portello – red peculiar soft drink from northern Sweden, similar to but not identical with the British Portello soft drink
  • Påskmust – more or less identical to Julmust but sold at Easter
  • Päronsoda – pear soda
  • Rio – red orange
  • Siddni – soft drink with taste of passionfruit
  • Sockerdricka – traditional sweet-sour soft drink
  • Svagdricka – traditional stout-like soft drink similar to Kvass
  • Syd – orangeade
  • Trocadero – drink – Soft drink with a taste of orange and apple juice
  • Vira Blåtira – venomous bright blue tutti frutti soda
  • Zingo – Soft drinks with a taste of orange, pineapple/orange or melon/lemon.

Non-carbonated[edit]

Sports Drinks[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Carbonated drinks[edit]

Non-carbonated drinks[edit]

Sports drinks[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Togo[edit]

Singha

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

  • Busta
  • Cannings – brand of soft drinks owned by Coca-Cola, available in many fruit flavours
  • Chubby
  • Cole Cold – line of soft drinks available in many flavours from the S.M. Jaleel Company
  • Cydrax
  • Fruta
  • Mauby Fizz – cola produced from mauby bark
  • PearDrax
  • Solo Apple J
  • Sorell Fizz
  • Viva
  • Spees
  • TipTop

Tunisia[edit]

  • Boga – brand of coca cola, founded in 1934, with 4 different tastes
  • Coca Cola
  • Fanta
  • Apla – brand of coca cola
  • Cider Meddeb
  • Viva – brand with 4 different. Tastes
  • Hawaii – soft drink
  • Delic – brand of Danon company
  • Tropiko
  • Fayrouz

Turkey[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

  • Amé
  • Barr – brand of Scottish company A.G. Barr – range of drinks includes American Cream Soda, Cola, Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Limeade and Orangeade
  • Barley water – popular drink made from boiling barley
  • Bing – a dark orange soft drink produced by the Silver Spring Mineral Water Company
  • Bitter Shandy
  • Black Sun Energy drink
  • Boost – energy drink
  • Bouvrage – a juice soft drink, made with raspberries or blueberries
  • Cocofina – a natural coconut water and three flavoured coconut waters mixed with juices
  • Classic Cola – brand of cola
  • Dandelion and burdock – traditional soft drink made from fermented dandelion and burdock
  • Emerge – energy drink manufactured by Cott
  • Evoca Cola – soda made with black seed extract
  • Evoid Drinks – brand of fruit juices with no added sugars, preservatives, or other additives
  • Explosade – carbonated soft drink
  • Feel Good Drinks Co – brand of juices, now sold in 14 countries
  • Fentiman's Botanically Brewed Beverages – – including traditional ginger beer; Victorian lemonade; curiosity cola; dandelion & burdock; brewed shandy; mandarin & seville orange jigger tonic water & rose lemonade
  • Firefly Tonics – line of fruit juices with herbal extracts
  • Fruit Shoot – brand of juice drinks from Britvic available in 5 flavours
  • Ginger beer – originated in the 18th century
  • Innocent Smoothies – 100% fruit smoothies and fruit juices
  • Irn-Bru – orange-coloured citrus soft drink from Scotland and very popular there; produced by A.G. Barr
  • J2O – soft drink made from fruit juices, produced by Britvic
  • KA
  • Kia-Ora – line of fruit juices available in 4 flavours
  • Lilt – fruity soda available in three flavours
  • Lucozade – energy drinks of several varieties, a former GlaxoSmithKline brand, now produced by Suntory
  • Lurvills Delight – discontinued soda
  • Luscombe Organic Drinks – hand crafted organic adult soft drinks including Hot Ginger Beer, Elderflower Bubbly, Sicilian Lemonade, Raspberry Crush, Apple & Ginger, Orange Juice, St Clements, Apple & Pear Juice, Devon Apple Juice.
  • Maine – line of sodas, cordials, and seltzers from Maine Soft Drinks Ltd.
  • Purdey's – energy drink in two variants made by Orchid Drinks Ltd.
  • Qibla Cola – cola from the Qibla Cola Company
  • Quatro – soda from Coca-Cola
  • R. White's Lemonade – carbonated lemonade distributed by Britvic
  • Red Kola – fruity soft drink from A.G. Barr plc
  • Red Rooster – mixed fruit-flavoured energy drink produced by the Cott company
  • Relentless – particularly sweet energy drink from Coca-Cola
  • Ribena – brand of fruity soft drinks available in many flavours from GlaxoSmithKline, now produced by Suntory
  • Robinsons – brand of soft drinks available in many flavours from Britvic
  • Rola Cola – cola distributed worldwide by Dubuis & Rowsell
  • Rubicon, exotic fruit drinks produced by subsidiary of A.G. Barr
  • Schweppes
  • Tango – originally an orange flavour soft drink, now a range of drinks including Tango Orange and Tango Apple, produced by Britvic
  • Tizer, produced by A.G. Barr
  • Tonic water – Carbonated water flavoured with quinine / slimline tonic has no quinine in it . and was never sold in India
  • Twiss
  • Vimto and Vimto Cherry
  • Viva Drinks - A range of functional drinks made with a blend of fruit juices, water & botanicals

Mineral water[edit]

United States[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

Vanuatu[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

Zimbabwe[edit]

See also[edit]

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