Hit (drink)

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Hit is a carbonated soft drink that was introduced in Venezuela over 40 years ago. It is now owned by The Coca-Cola Company. The graphic logo and design is similar to Coke's brand Fanta and, in fact, it is Fanta with a different name.

Flavors:

  • Apple (Manzanita in Spanish, literally "Little Apple")
  • Grape (Uva in Spanish)
  • Orange (Naranja in Spanish)
  • Kolita (mix of tutti-frutti, vanillin and chewing gum)
  • Pineapple (Piña in Spanish)

Available in these flavors until 2003:

  • Passion Fruit (Parchita in Spanish)
  • Tangerine (Mandarina in Spanish)
  • Guarana (renamed as Senzao)
  • Grapefruit (Toronja in Spanish, renamed Quatro)