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Kelluke ("Little bell", originally named after a Campanula) is a clear and lemon-flavoured non-alcoholic soft drink produced since 1965 by A. Le Coq (formerly and colloquially known as Tartu Õlletehas (Tartu Brewery)) in Estonia.[1] After a temporary name change since 2001,[2] Kelluke made its comeback in 2006.[3][4][5] Since 2010 Kelluke has been produced without preservatives.[6] It has been compared to Sprite,[7] but the original makers of the drink were not familiar with Sprite before the recipe for Kelluke was finished.[2]