Lift (soft drink)

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Lift is a range of soft drinks produced by The Coca-Cola Company that has been available in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Germany, Austria, and Eastern Europe since the 1970s, which is carbonated and flavored with fruit juice.

Lift is only available in the Lemon flavor in Australia and New Zealand. Coca-Cola's Australian website states that Lift Lemon (the only variety readily available in Australia) is "an Australian phenomenon, designed for the Australian market". In Germany, the Lift flavour was Lemon in the 1970s. Currently, it is Apple.[citation needed]

Manzana Lift is the name of a carbonated drink produced by the Coca Cola company. It is apple flavored and is distributed in Latin America. The word manzana means apple in the Spanish language. Manzana Lift is available in five versions: red apple, green apple, golden apple, zero red apple (sugar free and calorie free) and +Manzana (25% less sugar, more apple juice). Coca-Cola later expanded Manzana Lift into the United States in the early 2000s, where it was sold briefly, on a regional basis, as Manzana Mía.[citation needed]

In Guatemala, The Coca-Cola Company sells a grapefruit soda under the Lift brand.[citation needed]

The Lift Apple variety is one of eight international soda flavors featured and available for tasting at Club Cool in Epcot.

Varieties and flavors[edit]

  • Lift (Grapefruit)
  • Lift Plus
  • Lift Plus Light
  • Lift Plus Extra Strength
  • Lift Apple (Manzana Lift)
  • Lift Apple Blackcurrant
  • Lift Apple Lemon
  • Lift Apple Peach
  • Lift Cherry
  • Lift Grape
  • Lift Lemon
  • Lift Orange
  • Lift Peach
  • Lift Pear
  • Lift Raspberry
  • Lift Vanilla Cream
  • Jam

The only Lift product in Germany is Apfelschorle (apple soda). In the 70's there was also a Lift lemonade in the Netherlands with pineapple flavor.[citation needed]

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