Hellena Oranżada Czerwona
Oranżada or orangeade drinks made fresh from water, sugar and orange juice or orange syup were a recipe imported from France and have been popular in Poland since the 18th century. In the twentieth century many dozens or hundreds of small-scale oranzada bottlers existed in Poland, many only selling within a few blocks of manufacture. Until the 1970s the swing-top bottle was most common, which is usually returned, washed and reused, limiting the distribution area of any brand. In the 1960s, industrial manufacturers created a dried powdered oran?ada which could be added to still or sparkling water and is still remembered as a childrens treat.
The soda bottler Hellena was organized in 1991 in Kalilsz. In 2006 the firm went through bankruptcy but was purchased by the Colian Group food industry holding company and continues bottling sodas and juices. Hellena sells four different flavors of oranżada and three other fruit sodas.
A lightly sweetened fruit beverage. I'm not sure what an oranzada is. Its kind of cherry & orange tasting.
Its a juicy soda, fruity and intriguingly juicy flavors. Its pretty tasty on a hot day, but I wish it had more carbonation. Its a nice mix of cherry & orange flavors, but otherwise not too interesting.
Water, sugar, fruit juice, carbon dioxide, citric acid, artificial flavor, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, ascorbic acid.
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