Rola Cola

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Rola Cola
Manufacturer Dubuis & Rowsell
Country of origin United Kingdom
Introduced 1979
Discontinued ????
Flavour Cola

Rola Cola is a cola drink created by Carlo Dini in 1979, manufactured by Dubuis & Rowsell in the United Kingdom, and manufactured in the U.S. by Ungerer Organization.

Although it was no longer sold in the UK, because of a change of distribution, comedian Peter Kay often mentioned it in his routines. Rola Cola is still sold internationally. Due to the overwhelming requests The Rola Cola company received from England, Rola Cola will now be available in the UK.[citation needed]

The Coca-Cola Company attempted to sue Rola Cola in the UK, but lost the case. They are now attempting to sue Rola Cola in the U.S. for the very same claim they used previously in the UK.

Rola Cola is distributed in twenty-two countries so far.

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25/10/2013 Rola Cola has now been re-launched into the UK market place, Available currently in 500ml bottles from the Distributor "Fizzy Sales" (part of the TTG Group) Rola Cola will soon be widely available from Shops & Pubs & Restaurants across the UK