Top 10 Sodas From Around the World
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At first we thought it was just an internet joke, but we found two seemingly legitimate sources that back it up.
Drink Pee Cola.
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One of the most popular soda brands in Haiti, Couronne is based in Port au Prince. The company was founded in 1924, and is a bottling partner with Coca Cola, who has been selling on the island since 1927.
What happened to Couronne in the earthquake?
According to Coca Cola in a January 14th report, "The bottling plant received limited structural damage."
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Gotta love the name on this one. Pink Ting is a spinoff of Ting, a sweet and tart soda made with real Jamaican grapefruit available throughout the Caribbean.
It's popular straight or mixed with liquor.
If we had a bar we'd serve a Fresh Pink Ting with vodka.
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The national soda of Peru is Inca Kola, a drink invented in 1935 to celebrate the country's 400th year since founding. It was invented by the English couple Jose R Lindley and his wife Martha after they adopted the country as their new homeland.
Coca Cola bought half the company after they couldn't overtake it in the market place.
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The formula for this soda was bought by the Cawy Bottling Company, a corporation formed by Cuban soda magnates who moved to Miami in the early 60's after their plants were seized in the Cuban revolution.
The drink was originally formulated by a former competitor back on the island. It is based on the yerba mate herb that is grown in Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, and Argentina, but is a sweet recipe that differs from the traditional preparation in those countries.
It has reputed health and sexual benefits.
In 2002 we named it Miami's Best Local Soda.