La Casera

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La Casera
Type Soda
Manufacturer Orangina Schweppes España
Country of origin Spain
Introduced 1949 (1949)
Colour Clear
Variants La Casera Limón, La Casera Naranja, La Casera Cola, Tinto de La Casera

La Casera is a traditional Spanish brand of soda. It is one of the most popular soft drinks in its country.

It is a sweet fizzy drink known in Spain as gaseosa. It can be served as a regular soda, although it is also customary to mix it with wine, receiving the name of Tinto de Verano, or beer, called a Clara or Rubia. La Casera may also be used to prepare sangria.

The company was founded in 1949 by the Duffo family in Madrid and its successful advertising campaigns soon made of La Casera one of the leading beverage brands in the country. In Spain, the popularity of the product has led to the use of its name to refer to any citrus soda, regardless of the brand.

Nowadays it is part of the Cadbury-Schweppes group, who bought it in 2001.[1]


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