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Piranja taster box - 20x lemonades and iced tea (9 different varieties)
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  • Geschmack Limonade spicy

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20x Piranja Cola Cherry
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  • Geschmack Limonade fine-spicy, cherry

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20x Piranja-Cola
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  • Geschmack Limonade spicy

  

Coke: the iconic soft drink with many secrets

Coke is one of the best-known soft drinks in the world. Originally developed in the late 19th century, cola has become an integral part of global beverage culture. The Coca Cola brand is the best known, but cola comes in many varieties and from different manufacturers.

The history of cola

The history of cola begins in 1886, when pharmacist John Stith Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia, developed the recipe for Coca Cola. Originally marketed as a medicine, Coke quickly became a popular soft drink. Coca Cola was the first brand to usher in the worldwide triumph of cola.

In the 1920s, Coca Cola began to spread internationally and established itself as a global symbol. During the Second World War, the availability of Coke helped to further strengthen the brand as it was very popular with the troops. Today, Coke is synonymous with refreshment and American culture.

The recipe and ingredients

The original Coca Cola recipe is a well-kept secret. However, it is generally known that Coke consists of carbon dioxide, sugar (or sweeteners), caffeine, caramel color and natural flavors. These ingredients give Coke its characteristic taste and stimulating effect.

The popularity of cola

Today, cola is popular worldwide and available in almost every country. The Coca Cola brand is one of the most recognizable symbols of American culture and advertising. Coke is promoted in numerous advertising campaigns and sponsorship activities around the world, steadily increasing its awareness and popularity. In the USA in particular, Coke has a firm place in everyday life and is omnipresent at parties, in restaurants and at home.

Coke's popularity is further boosted by iconic advertising campaigns, such as the Christmas Coca Cola trucks and the refreshing summer commercials. This widespread presence has led to Coke becoming a cultural symbol of conviviality and refreshment.

Different types of Coke

There are many variations of Coke to suit different taste preferences:

  • Classic Cola: The original variant, as known from Coca Cola.
  • Diet Col a: Sugar-free variant with artificial sweeteners.
  • Cherry Col a: With a hint of cherry flavor.
  • Vanilla Col a: With a light vanilla flavor.
  • Caffeine-Free Cola: Without caffeine, ideal for the evening.

Cola in modern culture

Coke has a firm place in pop culture and is often depicted in films, music and advertising. Coca Cola is particularly known for its iconic advertising campaigns, such as the Christmas ad with the polar bears. Coke is often seen as a symbol of sociability and refreshment.