300 mL bottle
3.25 g sugar / oz.
After multinational beverage corporations were forced to withdraw from India in 1975, local bottlers created their own flavors to fill demand for soft drinks. Limca is a cloudy citrus drink somewhat akin to Sprite or 7up. When Coke and Pepsi were allowed to return to India in 1992, the Limca brand was purchased by the Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverage company.
Limca is also known for the Limca Book of Records, a compendium of facts and oddities similar to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Peppy. Another grapefruit-like soft drink. This one doesn't taste so much like a fresh fruit lemonade as much as sugary astringent citrus. Its hard to place just what the flavor is. Its strong, sugary, fizzy... but flavor? It lacks particulars.
Its a refreshing beverage, but so lacking in distinct flavors that its kind of strange. I guess its just an artificial citrus flavor or something. There is no real fruit flavoring in this drink.
Carbonated water, sugar, acidity regulators (330, 331), stabilizers (414, 471), preservative (211). Contains permitted Class II preservative & added flavours (natural, nature identical, artificial flavouring substances). Contains no fruit.
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.
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