Skal - スコール
Skal was created by the Southern Japan Dairy Cooperative in 1972. The name means "squall" or storm and is also the Danish word for a toast: "skål". The clover-shaped logo is meant to reference the Southern Cross, with the small swan representing the star Cygnus which is part of the constellation.
Skal was the first carbonated milk soda introduced in Japan. A year later Calpis also released a carbonated version of its fermented milk drink.
A frothy and refreshing drink with a hint of lemon and a soothing milk texture. It reminds me of a lemon egg cream, a light and silky drink. Very refreshing and thirst-quenching. It's a bit like Milkis.
Southern Japan Dairy Cooperative Co., Ltd.
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