Frescolita is a Venezuelan cola. It is very similar to cream sodas found in the United States, with a taste similar to gum. Frescolita is also used to bake cakes in some places in Western Venezuela. It is marketed by Coca-Cola. Frescolita was made in 1983 and since then it has received many lawsuits from various companies (including Postobon) accusing Frescolita of copying their flavoring.
In Venezuela, while Coca-Cola is consumed more, it has been reported that Frescolita takes 10% of the general soft-drinks market of the country. Up to 45% of Coca-Cola's sales of soft drinks in Venezuela is in Hit, Frescolita and Chinotto.