A bottle of Fruit Cola, Cola Lacaye
|Type||Various fruit flavors|
|Manufacturer||Brooklyn Bottling Group|
Cola Lacaye is a soft drink from Haiti founded by Rigobert Richardson in 1977. Today, Cola Lacaye soda is manufactured and distributed by The Brooklyn Bottling Group, which manufactures, distributes, imports various Caribbean-based soft drinks and food. Cola Lacaye comes in three island flavors; Fruit Cola, Fruit Champagne and Banana. Cola Lacaye is available in 12oz bottles and 2 liter bottles. Cola Lacaye has become part of the Haitian American cultural dining experience.
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