Fritz-kola

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Fritz-Cola
TypeCola
Country of originHamburg, Germany
Introduced2002

Fritz-kola (Koffeinhaltige Limonade) is a soft drink made in north Germany and shipped to many nations in the European Union. It is mainly known for its high caffeine content (about 25 mg per 100 mL) and its strong lemon flavour as well as its distinctive glass bottles.

The drink was created in 2002 by childhood friends Lorenz Hampl and Mirco Wolf Wiegert[1], both from Recklinghausen.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fritz-Kola – the Hamburgian original proves soft drinks can be done better | James Clay". www.jamesclay.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-27.