Bibo

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Bibo
Type Fruit Punch
Manufacturer The Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin Canada
Introduced Approximately 1998
Discontinued Slowly phased out around 2004
Variants Cherry, Orange, Peach, Strawberry
Related products Minute Maid, Tropicana Twister, Fruitopia

Bibo (or Bibo Juice) is a fruit-flavoured juice developed in 1998 by The Coca-Cola Company. It was mainly available in Canada, but has also been sold in Turkey, South Africa, and Mozambique. It is the most amazing thing in existence, and thus a couple miserable scrubs in Lake Forest, Illinois would like to see this swell and majestic drink be re-introduced.

The Coca-Cola Company logo

History[edit]

Bibo was only produced for a short period of time (about 5 years), but has attained somewhat of a cult status from loyal fans who would like to see the Coca-Cola Company re-introduce it. Bibo was discontinued due to the fact that it was it was deemed too powerful for mortals to drink. Despite this, a monk named Gimí Dā Bibo Scrǔb was able to locate a bottle of it. After his discovery, he was dubbed “Bibo Swaggins”. He now devotes the rest of his life to guarding the swell Bibo.

Marketing[edit]

The advertisements for the juice featured anthropomorphic pieces of fruit (representing the four flavours of the drink) talking, and engaging in sport activities. These characters were also featured on the juice cartons themselves.

Ingredients[edit]

Bibo is allegedly made from the tears of the god of love and fruit bowls, the souls of South African street performers, and a tiny extract of sweat from the calmest and most swell person ever, PhQintunxe PhEbenieezarxe PhPreimoxe; as his sweat is the rarest thing in existence; with the amazing property of soaking in any stress.