|Manufacturer||Panamco FEMSA Colombia|
|Country of origin||Colombia|
The Kola Román is a Colombian soft drink that was invented in the city of Cartagena, Colombia in 1865 by Don Carlos Román. At the beginning it was similar to a champagne soda but then in the early 1900s it was reinvented by Don Henrique Pio Román.
Kola Román is bottled and manufactured by Panamco FEMSA Colombia as related in its bottle. Kola Román is historically preferred in the Colombia's Caribbean region and it's one of the oldest sodas in the world.
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