C.C. Lemon

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Not to be confused with CC's.
C.C. Lemon
Type Lemon-flavored soft drink
Manufacturer Suntory
Country of origin Japan
Introduced 1994

C.C. Lemon is a Japanese soft drink created by Suntory. It is known for its lemon flavor and for its advertisements featuring characters from the popular American cartoon The Simpsons.

Sizes[edit]

A 500ml bottle of C.C. Lemon.

C.C. Lemon comes in a variety of sizes. Below is a table stating the volume, type of container, and number of lemons worth of vitamin C.[1]

Volume Container Number of Lemons worth of vitamin C
160 mL Can 22 Lemons
250 mL Can 35 Lemons
280 mL Can 40 Lemons
350 mL Can 50 Lemons
500 mL Can/Bottle 70 Lemons
1500 mL Bottle 210 Lemons

Mascots[edit]

The Simpsons[edit]

The Simpsons have appeared in numerous commercials for C.C. Lemon. In Japan, The Simpsons are anecdotally better known for being featured in C.C. Lemon commercials than for their television show.[2] References to the yellow color of the Simpsons features heavily in the marketing.

In addition to the many television commercials, The Simpsons also appear on a wide range of merchandise for the product. The promotional items include 500 mL beverage holders, pens, coasters, magnets, lunchboxes, and foldable lawn chairs. The Simpsons also appeared on the 500mL bottles in their winter attire one year during the Christmas season.

Mr. C.C. Lemon[edit]

The Simpsons family is not C.C. Lemon's only mascot.[1] The mascot Mr. C.C. Lemon greets people on the official website and states he is "a sparkling guy who LOVES to make people laugh." He is a barrel-chested white man, played by American actor Guy Totaro,[3] dressed entirely in yellow. On his legs he wears yellow shorts, knee-length yellow socks along with yellow high tops, and his top is a yellow t-shirt with the C.C. Lemon logo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b C.C. Lemon Bottle Information. Suntory Site. 2006-04-21. Suntory. 2006-06-11.
  2. ^ "Cape Feare: CC Lemon and the Simpsons". 2005-10-15. Archived from the original on 2006-06-16. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  3. ^ "Gipsy_Family_Circus". Web.mac.com. Retrieved 2008-10-13. 

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